Victoria Doramus is a recovery expert and specializes in market trend analysis. Victoria Doramus is a woman who has been through it all and has overcome many challenges.
He earned her Degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from the University of Colorado, Boulder. She worked in diverse fields and had strong interests in history and art. Victoria started her career at Mindshare as an assistant media planner. Later she switched her job to work with Creative Agency, where she was involved in organizing and managing all types of scheduling. She founded the job challenging but she gained a lot of experience from her 3-year stint in this company. She was a personal assistant to Film Director Peter Berg. Victoria Doramus has been an exceptional writer and has a portfolio of major gigs with leading publishers such as The Huffington Post and Cosmopolitan to name a few.
She is a talented person who was an unfortunate victim of addiction. It took her almost two decades to quit substance abuse of cocaine and Adderall. By the time she realized her addiction, it was too late for her to immediately quit. The first time she went to a rehab was when was 26 years old in 2011. The rehab was located in Tuscon, Arizona. Her stay of 45 days in the rehab was not an effective treatment for the long run. She hit rock bottom in 2016, as she resorted to substance abuse again.
Finally, in 2017, she participated in the 12-step program aimed to eradicate addiction at Burning Tree, a recovery center. She took all the time she could to complete the program and went to live a sober life in Dallas after the eye-opening treatment at the recovery center.
Victoria Doramus is a die-hard supporter of the Amy Winehouse Foundation, dedicated to educating young children about addiction and substance abuse. She is an animal lover and fights for the rights of animals. She is now a recovery expert, in the AA department. She believes that sharing her experiences in life dealing with addiction will be an effective approach in helping people struggling with addiction.