About Victoria Danzig
Victoria Danzig, L.C.S.W., helps clients overcome self-sabotaging behaviors and address the negative beliefs which block their best intentions.
A Licensed Clinical Social Worker in La Jolla, CA, Victoria has been a therapist for 35 years and in private practice since 1985 working extensively with clients who suffer from traumatic experiences and addictions. As a volunteer, Victoria has also trained staff and volunteers in AIT and been a case consultant for Shakti Rising, a social change organization transforming the lives of women, girls, and the larger community.
Danzig is certified by Dr. Asha Clinton to be an Advanced Integrative Therapy trainer. She has been using Advanced Integrative Therapy tools in her private practice for the last 10 years. Passionate about the technique, Victoria has educated over 300 therapists about the method and directly trained over 150 students in AIT, annually co-teaching with Dr. Mary Clark and Dr. Enid Singer. Together, Victoria and Mary edited the AIT Manual and authored the AIT Curriculum Guide. In the past two years, Danzig has presented AIT for the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT), South Bay Community Services, and Twelfth Annual International Energy Psychology Conference produced by ACEP. For the past year she has been presenting Energy Psychology with Loretta Sparks, MFT at the conferences for the American Academy of Psychotherapists. She will continue to present in 2015 at their 2 x a year conferences.
Additional presentations include “Extinguishing Worry using Advanced Integrative Therapy” for the International Energy Psychology Conference and “Trauma and the Brain” for Shakti Rising. Recently, Victoria and Mary were interviewed for an ACEP Teleclass on the subject of “Using Advanced Integrative Therapy to Extinguish the Worry Syndrome”.
Prior to her AIT experience, Victoria trained directly with Dr. Roger Callahan in Thought Field Therapy (TFT) and taught over 500 other health professionals on its applications at her Thought Field Therapy Training Center in La Jolla.
Here is a comprehensive list of presentations, trainings, and publications.