Victoria Eisner, M.A., BC-DMT, NCC

Victoria Eisner, M.A., ADTR, NCC is a clinical therapist and teacher with more than 20 years experience. She has held faculty or staff positions at the Center for Eating Disorders at Sheppard Pratt, Commission on Mental Health Services at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital, Omega Institute, and the University of Montana.  Victoria’s early experiences as writer, actress, dancer, singer and choreographer as well as ongoing explorations of yoga, chi gong, dance, mindfulness meditation, drumming, conscious breath work, psychotherapy and other body-centered therapies continue to inform and deepen her understanding and appreciation of the power of movement, thought, imagery, art and breath.

Working individually and with groups, Victoria supports and guides her clients in the art of listening to and trusting their bodies as source and expression of mind, emotion and spirit. She is skilled and intuitive in her use of movement, dance, breath and mindfulness, bringing awareness to patterns of emotion, thought and behavior that prevent or inhibit authentic self-expression. In addition to her strong teaching and clinical skills, Victoria demonstrates exceptional leadership, organizational and teambuilding abilities which she deftly applies to her professional trainings and workshops.  At the center of Victoria’s practice is the vision to create the experience of wholeness and connection, collaboratively and in community with others.

Victoria holds credentials from the American Dance Therapy Association and the National Board of Certified Counselors.  She is a former board member of the Maryland/D.C./Virginia Chapter of the American Dance Therapy Association and a member of The Eating Disorder Consortuim of Baltimore.  Victoria is the founding director of the Center for Body, Movement and Mindfulness-based Therapy in Baltimore, Maryland.

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