Restorative Psychiatry & Wellness
We provide psychiatric mental health care to adolescents and adults. We believe in a holistic and client centered approach to mental health care, ensuring we assess and treat our clients' health as an interconnected whole. We motivate our clients to be active participants in their treatment and encourage them to be involved in the shared decision-making with their Nurse Practitioner. Your mental health care at Restorative Psychiatry & Wellness will consist of evidence-based psychiatry, medication management, complementary and alternative interventions, bloodwork analysis, and brief psychotherapy integrated into sessions. We look forward to working with you on your journey towards mental wellness.
Victoria Cabral, MSN, APN, PMHNP-BC
Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
Victoria (she/her) is a Yale University trained and Board Certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner with over ten years of experience working in the field of pediatric and adult mental health.
Prior to her graduate training in advanced psychiatric nursing, Victoria provided in-home therapy services to at-risk youth and families, and worked as a Registered Nurse at a private psychiatric hospital with adults and adolescents. She started her advanced psychiatric nursing career working in community mental health, where she provided mental health treatment to adults with chronic mental health disorders and co-occurring substance use disorders. For three years, Victoria developed and ran an integrative child and adolescent mental health treatment program within a pediatric primary care office.
In addition to her clinical practice, Victoria has worked as an adjunct professor of Abnormal Psychology at Quinnipiac University, served as a clinical instructor for Master of Science in Nursing candidates at Yale University, and is currently precepting Master of Science in Nursing candidates for Regis University.
Victoria works with clients from 13 years of age and up who are struggling with mood and anxiety disorders, attention deficit hyperactivity disorders, trauma related disorders, obsessive compulsive disorders, eating disorders, sleep disorders, psychotic disorders, and personality disorders. She is particularly passionate about working with mood disorders, ADHD in adulthood, perinatal/postpartum individuals, and the LGBTQ+ community.
Victoria values a client-centered and strengths based approach to her clients’ mental health treatment, and prioritizes the therapeutic relationship with her clients. In addition to medication management, Victoria will incorporate holistic modalities, such as supplemental and nutritional therapy. The two of you will work together to address your mental health symptoms and achieve your long-term mental health goals. Victoria will work with you every step of the way on your journey towards mental wellness.
During your initial psychiatric evaluation, your Nurse Practitioner will gather a thorough psychological and social history, past and current medical history, past psychiatric treatment history, current symptoms and functioning, and review your goals for treatment. Your Nurse Practitioner will discuss initial treatment options, including psychiatric medication, complementary and alternative interventions, and possible blood work or genetic testing.
During follow-up appointments, we will review your medications, treatment, progress, and overall mental health. You and your Nurse Practitioner will work together to determine if any adjustments need to be made to your medications or other treatment interventions.
In the beginning, while we are trying to stabilize symptoms or address side effects, follow-ups may be as frequently as every two to four weeks. As treatment progresses, appointments may be every one to three months. You and your Nurse Practitioner will determine the frequency of your appointments together, as a team.
At Restorative Psychiatry & Wellness, we value the importance of complementary and alternative medicine practices as part of your overall mental health treatment. We will safely review and discuss supplements, vitamins, nutrition, gut health, exercise, meditation, yoga practices, etc. that can be safely and effectively implemented to boost overall wellness.
At Restorative Psychiatry & Wellness, we take a holistic approach to mental health, focusing on the health of the entire body and mind. Therefore, your Nurse Practitioner may order blood work to rule out any possible physical/medical etiologies that may be contributing to your mental health symptoms, such as hormone levels, thyroid function, Vitamin D levels, B12/folate levels.
Your Nurse Practitioner may recommend pharmacogenetic testing in order to better understand how your body metabolizes and responds to psychiatric medications. Pharmacogenetic testing will also identify any mutations in your MTHFR gene, which is responsible for converting folic acid into its active form, L-methylfolate. L-methylfolate plays an important role in making neurotransmitters (i.e. serotonin, dopamine, and norepinephrine) that are involved in mood and other important mental health functions.
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Please note, we do not provide crisis services.
If you are having thoughts of harming yourself, please call 911, seek care at your local emergency department, or reach out to one of the following resources:
Colorado Crisis Services: Text “TALK” to 38255 or Call 1-844-493-8255
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: Text "HELLO" to 741741 or Call 1-800-273-8255
Trevor Project for LGBTQ Youth: Text "START" to 678678 or Call 1-866-488-7368
Tuesdays & Wednesdays: Evenings (virtual only)
Thursdays: 5pm - 8pm (office and virtual)
Fridays: 8am - 6pm (office and virtual)
Saturdays: Mornings (virtual only)