Vladimire is a licensed mental health therapist who speaks at universities, colleges, organizations, church events, relationship panels, and addiction and self-esteem workshops. She received her Master's degree in Applied Psychology from New York University, Steinhart School of Education. She also has a Bachelor of Arts degree in sociology from Hunter College. Vladimire is a certified rehabilitation counselor. She is presently pursuing her PhD in Clinical Psychology.
She guest starred on TLC's Starter Wives Confidential, where she helped the former girlfriends and wives of celebrities. Vladimire has also addressed the effects of reality TV, and tackled controversial topics such as the NFL and bullying on Hot 97's Street Soldiers. She has appeared on multiple media platforms including ABC's Here and Now, FOX News Radio, CBS Radio, Ebony Magazine, BET, Cafe Mocha, Angelique Perrin, and others. Her positive energy, humor, charisma, wisdom, and courage pushes the audience to be their best selves and reach for their dreams.
Vladimire was a keynote speaker for "If You Can Dream It, You Can Become It," a graduation ceremony at Per Scholas in the Bronx, N.Y., a nonprofit organization seeking to break the cycle of poverty. She has participated in over 100 live events through ACCESS regarding goal setting and the psychological and social impact of disability.
For more than ten years, Vladimire has helped individuals, families, executives, and entrepreneurs. They have received help for chronic anxiety, depression, shame, low self-esteem, and addictions. She provides therapy for individuals, couples, and families.
As a leading and sought-after mental health expert, Vladimire helps people from all walks of life find bliss and live up to their true potential. Her philosophy is, “Your struggles don't define who you are. They are in your life to point you towards a better way of being; they are meant to catapult you into your greatness.”
Vladimire authored "Naked and Transparent: Six Vital Tool for Knowing Yourself and Attracting Healthy Relationships" and "The Power of My Words." Her dialogue is distinguished by its intelligence, thought-provoking nature, and refreshing perspective. She mixes real life experience with personal expertise to help others make good choices.
Her motto is, "The starting point for all healing is self-love." Vladimire believes the power of self-love and self-awareness can heal anything, and that true empowerment comes from looking inside yourself and embracing the real you.