Research & Publications
Victoria Stob is a licensed clinical social worker and Assistant Clinical Professor of Social Work at the Yale Child Study Center. Victoria completed their Masters of Arts in Social Work at the University of Chicago in May of 2011. Following that they accepted a Post-MSW Social Work Fellowship in the Intensive In-Home Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Services (IICAPS) program at the Yale Child Study Center. Victoria joined IICAPS as a full-time Clinician in 2012 and became a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in 2013. They have been in the mental health field for over a decade and have extensive clinical, supervisory, and teaching experience. Victoria is now a Co-Director of IICAPS Model Development and Operations and regularly conducts statewide and national trainings on treatment approaches for families impacted by complex trauma and living in significant psychosocial adversity. Victoria’s research interests include the intergenerational transmission of trauma and the development of parental reflective functioning. Victoria specializes in integrating social-science-based research and theory into practicable clinical applications for high-risk children and families.
Education & Training
- MSWUniversity of Chicago (2011)