Victoria Keller is versatile in working with diverse populations specializing with children, adolescents, and young adults for more than 20 years. She is a college graduate of NYU and holds several master’s in Educational Psychology from NYU, School Psychology & School Leadership from Touro College and Licensed Mental Health Counselor from Alfred University. Her areas of expertise are in Autism, ADHD, Behavioral issues, Anxiety and Depression in Children, Adolescents, and young adults. Her extensive experience in the school system makes her a great advocate to families navigating special education and accessing services. Victoria’s goal is to empower each client to reach their maximal potential with the tools that are provided to lead a successful life.
Her clinical approach is one that is centered around the client and family unit utilizing a Family systems approach and principles of Cognitive Behavior Therapy. She is also trained in Applied Behavioral Analysis. She provides support, tools, referrals, advice, and parenting/family sessions as needed. Victoria is available to offer consultations and referrals and additional support as needed outside the therapy session. The sessions are person centered and always encompass families when working with children. Her style is warm, interactive, and empathetic.
Victoria’s clients can expect to feel empowered, engaged and valued during each session. Each client will learn the necessary tools that will guide them to better understand their personal strengths and their challenges and how to internalize those tools for positive outcomes in all aspects of their life.