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Amanda Ciluffo, MA, LPC, CAADC

Accepting Ages:

Individual Counseling: 12+


Greenville Campus


Amanda Ciluffo, MA, LPC, CAADC


Come in. Get comfortable. You are in the right place. There is nothing too BIG or too small for counseling.

Whatever you are struggling with, I can help you make sense of it. If you are trying to make changes in your life or mindset, I can help you find the way to do so. I have spent the past 19 years helping people just like you deal with issues just like yours.

Some background information:

I have been a licensed counselor since 2002. I have had a chance to work in a variety of interesting and intense clinical settings, including outpatient non-profit clinics, private practice, inpatient recovery centers for adults, adolescent residential facilities, the health department, and inside prisons. In my role as a counselor, I am often an educator to patients and to colleagues. I hope to offer consultation and supervision to mental health professionals (LLPC) in training soon.

We will use an eclectic blend of counseling styles and theories working together, but I love working with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). CBT believes that if you change your thoughts, you can change your emotions and your behavior. It is a simple, but powerful, idea that helps us to manage emotions better and change negative thought patterns.

Some therapeutic issues I have had more extensive experience working with patients on include addiction recovery, trauma and PTSD, spiritual trauma, identity development or self-exploration, self-esteem/ empowerment, dealing with anger, anxiety, and depression, and dealing with changes or life transitions.

I can work with anyone, but I prefer working with patients ages 10 and up, either individually or in groups. My warm, friendly manner helps people be at ease and know they are in a Safe Place right away. Diversity of all kinds is welcomed and encouraged.

I am currently available evenings and weekends Virtually and In-Person at the Greenville office.

At this time, I am unable to accept patients who are currently employed by MDOC (retirees or family members are ok) or patients who are currently in the court system (on probation or parole)

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