Monica Victoria Tudor is our Intake Coordinator who believes the power of psychotherapy is greatly influenced by the relationship between the therapist and the client. She believes that the first encounter with the intake provider is important for setting the tone in any clinical relationship; therefore, she aims to display a genuine and compassionate way of relating to clients.
Monica offers a safe, trusting, respectful, and non-judgmental environment where individuals and couples receive the necessary support to explore issues they struggle with.
Education and Experience
Monica holds a Master’s degree in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, with an educational background in neuroscience, attachment theory, and somatic/experiential therapy.
Her past clinical experience provides her with particular expertise about panic disorders, panic attacks, anxiety disorders, depression, and seasonal affective disorder. She is drawn to the relational aspect of intake work and being a warm, encouraging face to people who seek counseling services.
Outside of her job, Monica loves spending time with her husband and two children, their dog, and their guinea pigs. She enjoys any kind of art and the little things in life— as a true old soul, she is!
Monica enjoys interaction with others and constantly recognizes aspects of her work and other hobbies that help her grow as a human being and bring her joy as well.