Victoria Carter (Torres-Vega), LICSW
I graduated with my Master's Degree in Social Work from Boston College School of Social Work, and I am independently licensed in the state of MA and NH. As a psychotherapist, I specialize in working with adults, families, and adolescents who may be experiencing, or have experienced, anxiety, identity issues, and relationship struggles. I also work with individuals who may be struggling with life transitions that may be difficult for them to navigate through alone.
I immigrated to the United States when I was younger from Germany, and I am both Puerto Rican and German. I provide sessions in English, Spanish, and German to clients. I currently provide telehealth sessions Monday through Friday, and offer in person sessions on the weekends at our North Andover location. I use person-centered therapy and see our therapeutic relationship as a parallel process to our outside world. It is important that you are able to feel comfortable being yourself in our session, and it is through this approach that I hope to create a safe space.
In my free time, I can be found going on hikes and walks with Quinn, and I frequently spend time in nature. I am also a lover of the sun, but often find myself indoors when it gets colder out. I enjoy traveling to experience new cultures, and often return back to Puerto Rico and Germany to visit my family and friends.