Victoria Doramus is an expert on recovery who lives in London, United Kingdom. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Colorado Boulder in Journalism and Mass Communications. Doramus works as a digital media professional. Additionally, Victoria Doramus works with various charities, including Women ‘s Prison Association, Room to Read, and Amy Winehouse Foundation. Read this to know more about how Doramus overcame addiction.
According to Crunchbase, Victoria Doramus shares her experience with recovery from addiction to alcohol and drugs. During 2011 she began treatment in her mid-twenties. She participated in various treatments to overcome an addiction to amphetamines, which she used for over 15 years. At one point she took a bottle of amphetamines daily. She sought treatment in Connecticut at a rehab center where she stayed for two months when she decided to do what was necessary to recover. Prior to that treatment, she had participated in other programs. Her recovery was not without challenges and she later received treatment in Dallas, Texas, which required her to work a minimum of 30 hours per week. Doramus, a digital and print media professional, worked as a waitress to fulfill the treatment requirement which provided her with the money she needed to visit her mother who suffered from cancer in Nashville, Tennessee.
After completing the treatment in Texas, Doramus moved to New York, where she assisted others struggling with their recovery. Victoria Doramus feels that she can have a good life based upon the decisions she makes and assessing her life. She feels life is a series of constant growth and development. Additionally, she offers guidance to others that they can recover from addiction.
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