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Andrew Lagomasino, Psy.D., ABPP

Assistant Professor

Psychiatry and Behavioral Health


Office: AHC1 348

Phone: 305-438-4147

Email: alagomas@fiu.edu

Languages Spoken: English and Spanish

Andrew Lagomasino, Psy.D., ABPP, co-teaches the Professional Behavior 1 course for medical students.

Lagomasino first became interested in the field of psychology in the 1980s when counseling substance abusers in a rehabilitation center. After entering graduate school, his interests evolved towards using insight-oriented or analytic therapy to treat low-income minorities.

Lagomasino worked as a Cambridge Health Alliance staff psychologist for 10 years. He also saw students from top universities in metropolitan Boston, supervised trainees, conducted a seminar and organized a major conference on cross-cultural psychotherapy in 1999, and ran a part-time private practice.

Areas of Interest

Lagomasino has maintained a long-term interest in treating addictions, whether to alcohol and drugs, or to activities, such as gambling and sex. Lagomasino’s approach in the treatment of addictions has evolved a great deal since the 1980s, having learned about the compulsive structure of addictions, which makes them as understandable and treatable as any other compulsive behavior, with analytic therapy.

Education

  • Adult Psychoanalytic Training, Boston Psychoanalytic Society & Institute, MA
  • D. Clinical Psychology, Center for Psychological Studies, Nova Southeastern University, Davie, FL
  • Clinical Internship, Cambridge Health Alliance, Cambridge, MA

Certification

Diplomate in Psychoanalysis, American Board of Professional Psychology 

Awards

Minority Fellowship Program (MFP) of the American Psychological Association