Amanda Ranalli, M.A., L.P.C.
Since 1999, Amanda Ranalli has counseled children, adolescents, adults and families. Her work as a Licensed Professional Counselor has helped people to overcome a variety of mental and emotional health issues, including anxiety, depression, mood, behavioral and adjustment disorders.
Amanda was born, raised and educated in Butler County, earning her Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology from Slippery Rock University. She has served men, women and children in the County throughout her career in school-based and community settings, and continues to do so today as a member of Samaritans staff. Furthermore, Amanda, her husband and two small children make their home in Butler County.
I believe in todays world we are being pulled in so many directions that sometimes we lose ourselves, said Amanda. As a parent, I understand the challenges of parenting and the struggles of balancing all of lifes expectations. I enjoy helping others gain a greater understanding of themselves and to heal and feel whole again.