Meet our team
Victoria Lee, MA, LCMHC, MLADC
Victoria Lee, MA, LCMHC, MLADC is Co-Founder and Clinical Director of Clear Reflection Counseling Associates, LLC. She has been working in the field of human services for more than 12 years and is a leader in the field of substance use and mental health counseling. She is Program Director for an adolescent PHP program at Direction Behavioral Health Associates. Victoria is an extremely effective clinician who's clients commend her ability to connect and inspire to create transformative therapeutic outcomes. She is an avid dog lover, having fostered over 20 dogs! Victoria is also a mom to 3 young boys and wife to Clear Reflection co-founder, Paul. When she's not busy with all of the above, she enjoys hot yoga, reading, hiking, and gardening.
Paul Conroy, CRSW
Paul Conroy,CRSW is Co-Founder and Chief Administrator of Clear Reflection Counseling Associates, LLC. He has been working in the behavioral health field since 2014 having entered the field as an entry level support staff and working his way up to case manager of a 20 client inpatient treatment center. He's got experience working at many different levels of care including inpatient, IOP, PHP, MAT, and outpatient settings. Paul also works at Direction Behavioral Health Associates as a counselor and insurance utilization manager. When he isn't working, he enjoys spending time with his 3 boys and wife, Victoria, playing ice hockey and softball, reading, being outdoors, guitar, and cooking.
Dee Boutin, MS, MLADC, ICAADC
My name is Doreen and I started my career working with Children and Families, then moved into the addiction field. I have worked both inpatient and outpatient facilities. I meet clients where they are at in a non judgmental way. I find the area of communication also important. As a lot of times a person might listen to respond not listen to understand. Learning these tools can change dynamics. Some of my areas of expertise are couples: Relationship counseling, communication, co-dependency. Children: Behavior concerns; School such as IEPs/504s communicating with schools, Addiction: Relapse prevention, assistance entering into treatment if needed.
Scott Schilling, MA
Scott Schilling, MA has been a part of the Clear Reflection team since its inception. He's a masters level clinician have earned his degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. He's gained extensive experience in the mental health and substance use field having worked at Riverbend Community Mental Health for many years as a counselor and team leader. He also works at Amoskeag Health as an outpatient clinician. Scott is a dad to 2 young daughters and he enjoys all New England sports, especially baseball. He's taken a team that he coached all the way to the Babe Ruth World Series in Virginia. Scott is also known to tell a mean dad joke. Don't forget to thank him for his service as a navy veteran!
Rogena Hugo, MA, LADC
Rogena Hugo, MA, LADC is new to the Clear Reflection Counseling Team. She is a master-level clinician with experience in substance use treatment. She has worked in several treatment settings, including inpatient and outpatient facilities, and is knowledgeable about the medicated-assisted treatment model. Rogena uses a didactic approach to educate individuals about the biology of addiction and disease concepts. Rogena values therapeutic relationships. She collaborates with her clients to develop a solution-focused approach to assist them in achieving their goals and improving their quality of life. For leisure, Rogena enjoys nature walks, cooking, and reading.
Dean Melrose, LCMHC
Dean is currently EMDR Trained through the EMDR Advanced Training and Distance Learning, LLC (EMDRIa Approved) and is working towards certification. Dean completed his Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Rivier university in 1993. He has 20 years of clinical experience across a variety of settings including Director of a hospital based crisis team, outpatient specialty clinics, crisis intervention, structured outpatient programs, and inpatient psychiatric facilities.