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Chelsea Victor, LMHC

Chelsea Victor, LMHC

Chelsea comes to Okinawa from the state of Massachusetts where she earned her master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from Bridgewater State University.

During her time in Boston, Chelsea worked extensively within both school systems as well as residential care facilities. Her work was largely based in helping children and adolescents with significant problematic behavioral patterns and trauma histories. In her work, Chelsea not only served the children individually, but also provided support and individual services to their families helping create consistency in the support the child received. It is through greater understanding of problems, and acknowledgement of patterns, that changes can be made, and appropriate supports can be put in place in order to overcome trying times. It is her belief that the more each individual can tune into their own thought patterns and behaviors the better the family will function as a whole. In her work, she has served not only as a clinical therapist but also as an advocate for families within school systems and state departments. Chelsea has a great passion for not only helping parents to better understand and relate with their children, but to also help them strengthen their abilities to advocate for them in the outside world. In her practice Chelsea utilizes a strength based approach along with evidence based techniques such as cognitive behavioral therapy, solution focused therapy and mindfulness practice.

In addition to her clinical services Chelsea has also served as a human rights consultant and board member to a non-profit organization serving adults with mental health struggles, leaving them in need of ongoing daily supports.

Chelsea looks forward to providing individuals and families here in Okinawa with a supportive and empowering environment to strengthen relationships and heal.

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