Stephanie Loglisci, MS, LPC
Stephanie Loglisci has a passion for helping clients find their inner strength and unlock their true potential. In her opinion, she has an eclectic style and prides herself on pulling inspiration from various theorists throughout the mental health field. Stephanie has training in clinical crisis interventions and safety planning, and often treats behavioral issues, self harm, and suicidal ideations. Stephanie received her undergraduate degree in psychology from Southern Connecticut State University, and her master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Bridgeport.
Prior to joining Newport Academy, Stephanie worked as at the Child Guidance Center as a Mobile Crisis Clinician where she responded to clinical crisis situations at schools, hospitals, and throughout the community, and subsequently worked to stabilize a crisis and provide referral and treatment recommendations for young adults and their families.
Newport Academy…in her own words
“Newport Academy is a welcoming environment where I can explore my passion for working with teens and families to rebuild their family dynamic.”—Stephanie Loglisci
- Undergraduate degree in Psychology from Southern Connecticut State University
- Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Bridgeport.