Victoria Jacobs, Ph.D., APRN received her Baccalaureate degree in Nursing from Westminster College in 2003. While employed in...
Victoria Jacobs, Ph.D., APRN received her Baccalaureate degree in Nursing from Westminster College in 2003. While employed in an Emergency Department as a Registered Nurse, she worked with those who are in need of mental health support. She received a master’s degree in Nursing as a Board-Certified Family Nurse Practitioner in 2006 from Westminster College. Subsequent to that she worked as a Nurse Practitioner in a Cardiology clinic, and in 2011 she received an additional Board Certification as a Gerontological Nurse Practitioner. Victoria graduated with her Ph.D. in Nursing in 2016 from the University of Utah, which allowed her to work on various research studies. She graduated with a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner Certification from Regis College in December of 2019. Victoria started working at the Valley Behavioral Health in May of 2019 where she entered a 6 months psychiatric specialty preparation program and now is working at the Highland Springs Clinic, treating patients with various psychiatric disorders. Victoria has graduate experience in the diagnosis and treatment of all ages, across the lifespan. She is interested in a variety of psychiatric diseases, including anxiety, trauma, depression, mood disorders, posttraumatic stress disorder, substance use disorders, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Victoria is interested in prevention, patient education, evidence-based practice and a collaborative practice approach, which allows for the development of individualized treatment plans for each patient.
Dr. Malouf has been licensed as a clinical psychologist since 1975. His approach to therapy is client-centered. He...
Dr. Malouf has been licensed as a clinical psychologist since 1975. His approach to therapy is client-centered. He strives to create a therapeutic environment that is comfortable, non-judgmental and empathetic. To bring insight, healing and healthy change, his approach focuses on relationship, interactional patterns, and dynamics of individuals, couples and families within their unique family/cultural system. He focuses on how emotional and behavioral problems affect you and how you affect/maintain them.
With multiple behavioral health centers across the Intermountain West, our goal is to be as accessible as possible for our clients. Our specialized therapists ensure that each counseling appointment is a neutral and comfortable environment. All counseling appointments are confidential. Please call us today for more information about our behavioral health services or fill out the form below to schedule your confidential counseling appointment.
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