Victoria LoMaglio, LMHC, NCC, CASAC II
Outpatient Clinical Coordinator
Victoria has a B.S. in Criminal Justice with minor in Psychology from Rochester Institute of Technology and obtained her M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the George Washington University. Victoria completed her undergraduate internship at Monroe County Hall of Justice, where she developed further interest in alternative to incarceration approaches and policies. Victoria's graduate internships included on-site individual therapy at the George Washington University Community Counseling Center, and off-site individual and group Therapy at Kolmac Clinic, Intensive Outpatient Program for Drug and Alcohol Treatment. Most recently, Victoria was a primary therapist for Clifton Springs Hospital & Clinic, Inpatient Addictions Recovery, working with dual-diagnosis patients. Her therapeutic approach is integrative and person-centered. This approach uses evidence-based practices to identify and treat unhelpful relational patterns and outdated coping strategies that are causing distress. The hope is for a genuine, empathic and collaborative session. Victoria is licensed to practice mental health counseling by New York State, is certified as a national counselor by NBCC, and as a Credentialed Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselor by OASAS.