“My approach to counseling is to make sure each patient feels listened to, understood, and give them the power to make positive changes.” Meet Amanda Felice, Director of Behavioral Health
Amanda Felice has worked in behavioral health services for over six years. She received her B.A. in Psychology from Wells College and her Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling from St. John Fisher College.
Working at Finger Lakes Community Health appealed to her because she knew it would allow her to see people from all different backgrounds, use multiple approaches, and to focus on different issues including behavioral health, substance abuse, relationships, family, and overall good mental health.
Amanda has worked as a clinical therapist with many organizations including the Finger Lakes Addictions Counseling and Referral Agency (FLACRA), the John D. Kelly Behavioral Health Clinic, and Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital. Her vast background led her to FLCH because she relates to our mission. “I chose Finger Lakes Community Health because it strives to provide support and education to our patients for the best possible outcomes. It makes you feel good to be a part of an organization that truly cares for its patients.”