Amanda Gilmore, PhD

Psychologist in Charleston, SC
NPI #1073062113

Amanda K Gilmore, PhD

Dr. Amanda Gilmore received her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Washington in 2015. She completed her clinical internship training at the VA Puget Sound Health Care System, Seattle Division and her postdoctoral training in child and adult trauma research at the National Crime Victims Research & Treatment Center (NCVC) at MUSC. She joined the MUSC faculty in 2016 and currently holds a joint appointment in the College of Nursing and the Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences as a research assistant professor. Dr. Gilmore is a licensed clinical psychologist and sees patients at Comprehensive Psychiatric Care Specialists. Her clinical work focuses on the use of cognitive-behavioral therapies for post traumatic stress disorder, substance use disorders, anxiety disorders, depressive disorders, and sexual dysfunction. Dr. Gilmore was trained by Dr. Marsha Linehan, the treatment developer of DBT and has served as a consultant for implementing DBT in community mental health and conducts DBT training for community mental health professionals.

Clinical Areas of Interest
  • Trauma recovery
  • Mindfulness
  • Crime victims
  • Addiction
  • Anxiety
  • Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)
  • Mood disorders
  • PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder)
  • Sexual dysfunction
  • Substance abuse

Insurances Accepted

Insurance plans vary by individual. Please contact your insurance provider to check your coverage.

My Offices

  • Map of 67 President Street in Charleston
    MUSC Health Institute of Psychiatry
    Primary Office
    67 President Street
    Charleston, SC 29425
    Day of the WeekHours
    MondayOpen 24 Hours
    TuesdayOpen 24 Hours
    WednesdayOpen 24 Hours
    ThursdayOpen 24 Hours
    FridayOpen 24 Hours
    SaturdayOpen 24 Hours
    SundayOpen 24 Hours
    Map of 67 President Street in Charleston


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