Dr. Victoria Grinman, PhD, LCSW-R

Victoria’s Title: Integrative Therapist, Speaker and Transformation Agent and “Parent Whisperer”

Website: www.growingkindminds.com

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Victoria's Short Bio

Dr. Victoria Grinman  is the founder of Permission Slip Parenting ™ a groundbreaking approach to guiding parents in connecting to a more fulfilled parenthood journey that supports their joy, confidence and sustained connection and growth with themselves and their child throughout their lifetime. She is an expert in the experience of Posttraumatic Growth, the parenthood experience, Autism, and relationships. 
 
Dr. Grinman is a licensed clinical social worker and earned her PhD at Adelphi University and MSW at Columbia University. She served as a contributing lecturer at Columbia University, Boston College and Adelphi University, and speaks nationally to professionals dedicated to the healthcare arena. Victoria is a trauma-informed and trained yoga and mindfulness instructor, a certified aromatherapist and a dedicated long-time clinician volunteer for Experience Camps, a free one-week grief camp experience for children who have lost a significant person in their life. She nurtures Growing Kind Minds LLC, a private therapy and coaching practice and lives with her sassy yorkie, Vanna Goh Goh, named after Vincent van Gogh. She resides in New York City. 

APPROVED HEADSHOTS

speaking topics

Suggested Segment Title for Posttraumatic Growth talks:

Growing Through Struggle: Trusting Your Journey Towards Triumph

• Posttraumatic growth: facilitating change to help clients heal

• Posttrauamatic growth as it related to parenthood and parents of children with Autism

• Supporting parents in the therapeutic setting 

• Complex trauma 

• Using body based approached to help clients heal

• Trauma informed yoga

• Building a successful and fulfilling  private practice 

Podcast & Show Appearances (not an exhaustive list):

InSocial Work Podcast – University of Buffalo: Exploring the Possibilities and Opportunities for Post-Traumatic Growth Among Parents of Children with Autism

The Therapist Project: Trust Your Struggle
Open to Hope: Episode 111: Living Mindfully (Talk Show)
Open to Hope: Finding Your Center After Loss (Radio Show)