Marina Lomanno is a Licensed Professional Counselor who provides services to those struggling with emotional challenges and transitions. She fosters a safe and nonjudgmental environment for individuals to explore their hurdles and develop confidence in working through a range of obstacles. Marina specializes in providing counseling to individuals struggling with adjustments, as she recognizes the hardships associated with aging, retirement, disabilities, being caregivers, and lacking support while going through these difficulties. She works with adults struggling to cope with mid-life changes, marital conflicts, divorce, young adulthood, relocation, late adulthood, among other life transitions.
Marina’s experiences in providing services within residential, partial hospitalization, and intensive outpatient settings gives her a strong understanding for the challenges associated with moving into independent living, need for social support, and value of balance and structure in aftercare. She creates an atmosphere where her clients can learn to better cope with their emotions, manage stress, improve communication, and increase mindfulness.
Marina has been certified by the ICRC and is trained in providing DOT-SAP evaluations for employees who perform safety sensitive duties that are regulated by the Department of Transportation.
Marina earned her Masters degree from Chestnut Hill College in Clinical Psychology and has worked with both adolescents and adults struggling with anxiety, depression, various addictions, relationship issues, adjustments, grief, and trauma. She believes that therapy is a collaborative relationship in which the therapist and client work together to achieve desired goals. Marina uses her sensitivity and clinical expertise to guide clients in finding comfort, clarity, and peace within themselves.
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