Victoria Ho, RP
Victoria Ho, RP
Addressing addictions, trauma, grief and loss, self-esteem, and relationships.
Victoria’s areas of practice include mental health, addictions, trauma, grief and loss, self-esteem, and relationships. Having graduated from the Masters of Arts in Counselling program at University of Ottawa, Victoria has comprehensive experience working in both community and private treatment settings.
Victoria has a passion for helping you connect with your strengths, while fostering healing and developing healthy coping skills. When exploring personal issues, she believes in working collaboratively from a non-judgmental, empathetic, and compassionate place. Acknowledging each individual’s unique life experiences, Victoria integrates client-centered, trauma-informed, and evidence-based approaches to therapy. Her goal throughout the journey is to help you identify underlying issues, find clarity, and gain insight into what is needed to make meaningful changes to your life.
Addictions (Substances and Behavioural)
Grief and loss
Victoria earned her Undergraduate Degree in Psychology at York University, and her Master of Arts in Counselling at the University of Ottawa.
Dialectical Behaviour Therapy – 2-Day Skills Training (Dr. Anita Federici)
Emotion-Focused Couples Therapy 4-Day Externship Certification (Dr. Sue Johnson)
Narrative Therapy Approaches With Young People Who Use Video Games (Oolagen Community Services)
Problem Gambling and Problematic Internet Use (CAMH)
Problem Gambling and Concurrent Disorders (CAMH)
Motivational Interviewing (CAMH)
Problem Gambllng Treatment: Phase 1 & 2 (CAMH)
Implementing Seeking Safety Therapy for Substance Abuse and PTSD (Dr. Lisa Najavits)
Narrative Therapy in the Recovery of an Eating Disorder (Hope’s Garden)
Trauma, PTSD, & Dissociation (CCHC)
Treating the Multi-System, Multi-Problem Client (CACCF)
Dialectical Behaviour Therapy for Concurrent Substance Use and Borderline PD (CACCF)
Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (CMHA)
Adult Survivors of Childhood Sexual Assault (CCPA)
Eating Disorders as Addiction (CACCF)
College of Registered Psychotherapists