Ms. Mandi Bailey, MA, LMHC

Staff Clinician

  • 407.903.8054
  • 407.823.2811
Amanda.bailey@ucf.edu

UCF Counseling and Psychological Services / Rosen College Office 201G

Amanda “Mandi” Bailey  is a mental health clinician at UCF Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), at both Rosen College of Hospitality Managemnt and main campus. Amanda is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Qualified Supervisor in the state of Florida. She received her Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from Rollins College, and Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Central Florida. In addition to work as a UCF clinician, Amanda is an adjunct professor and feels very passionate about training and development for students.

Amanda has over eight years of experience in the fields of psychology and mental health; helping people of all ages, from all walks of life, and with various concerns. Much of her career has involved work with college students and the young professional. She has worked at UCF CAPS for over six years, helping students discover their strengths, resilience, and internal resources to overcome challenges. Amanda specializes in working with and treating anxiety, depression, identity development concerns, school and performance issues, family issues, and relationship concerns. She has extensive experience in training and professional development, providing clinical supervision to counselors-in-training, training seminars for mental health professionals, and teaching at the graduate level.

Whether in her role as a counselor, educator, or supervisor, Amanda sees things through a holistic lens, meaning work with clients emphasizes the cognitive, emotional, spiritual, social and physical development of the self. She is passionate about wellness, and incorporating it in all aspects of life and learning. Amanda has lived in Florida the past 15 years, but was born and raised in Colorado. She is an adventurer, outdoor enthusiast, artist and helper!

Amanda will be in the office on Mondays and Tuesdays during the fall semester. To reach a counselor afterhours please call 407.823.2811.