Victoria Foster is a professor in the Counselor Education Program and has been the faculty director of New Horizons since coming to William & Mary in 1992. She has over 20 years of counseling experience in diverse settings, including private practice in couple and sex therapy, residential treatment programs for emotionally disturbed youth and women's centers. Her work at New Horizons has focused on methods of clinical instruction and supervision that provide the crucible in which students can blend formal theories and research observations with practitioner-driven knowledge and skills, and begin to incorporate them as their own working knowledge. Dr. Foster's areas of interest include gender and diversity issues in family counseling, family/school collaboration for at-risk children, counseling supervision, and developmental theory.
Ed.D., North Carolina State University, 1989