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Victoria Smith


300 N Washington Street
Falls Church, VA, 22046
I created my practice, Hope+Wellness, based on my philosophy that hope can be found even in the most difficult seasons of life. I believe that people need hope and resilience to set goals and affect change, to persevere in the face of life challenges and thrive. My approach is simple — to provide exceptional psychotherapy services to empower people to live happier, healthier lives. At Hope+Wellness, I provide Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), mindfulness based therapies, and other premier evidence-based treatments. I specialize in working with children (8+), adolescents, adults, and their families. I also provide highly specialized care for women's mental health and wellness across the lifespan. My office is located in Falls Church, and also serves the McLean and Arlington areas. As soon as you come to my practice, you will find a comfortable and calming atmosphere that will put your mind at ease. I believe that practicing good wellness invites greater peace, focus, and balance. It's natural to have questions, so please don't hesitate to reach out!

General Information

Gender: Female/female-identified
Online / Teletherapy: yes
Languages: English

Issues and Services

Addiction,Anger Management,Anxiety/Worry,Bipolar Disorder,Career Counseling/Work Issues,Child or Adolescent,Chronic Pain,Depression,Grief/Loss,Heath/Medical Issues,LGBTQ,Mutlicultural Issues,OCD,Parenting,Pregnancy, Prenatal, Postpartum,Relationship Issues,Sleep/Insomnia,Stress,Suicidal Ideation

Age Groups

Children (6-12 yrs),Adolescents (13-17 yrs),Adults (18-65 yrs)

Therapy Types

Individual,Pain Management

Treatment Orientation

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy,Cognitive Behavioral,Culturally Sensitive,Dialectial (DBT),Eclectic,Emotion Focused,Mindfulness Based,Person Centered

Testing and Evaluation

Contact Me Disclaimer

Please use the form on the right to get in touch with our NVCP members. We are all licensed clinical psychologists and we would be pleased to hear from you. NVCP does not read or retain your e-mail. Please be aware that e-mail is not a secure means of communication and spam filters may prevent your e-mail from reaching the therapist. The therapist should respond to you by e-mail, although we recommend that you follow up with a phone call. If you prefer corresponding via phone, leave your contact number. Sending an email using this page does not guarantee that the recipient will receive, read or respond to your email. If you believe you need immediate assistance, please call your local emergency number or the mental health crisis hotline.