"Your vision becomes clear only when you look into your heart. Who looks outside - dreams; who looks inside - awakens" - Carl Jung
I began volunteering at EVE, Inc. (End Violent Encounters), a non-profit organization aimed at assisting victims of domestic and sexual assault. This experience motivated me to become an advocate for victims of traumatic events.
As a mentor and later a counseling intern at St. Vincent Catholic Charities (STVCC) I had a unique opportunity to work with youth in their on-site residential facility, children in foster care and parents working towards reuniting with their children. My time at STVCC increased my compassion and empathy for a sometimes difficult journey though life.
While at the Women's Center of Greater Lansing I worked with individuals, couples and families in crisis. I was able to provide individual and group therapy under the supervision of a fully licensed professional counselor.
For fun I enjoy kayaking, biking and walking the beautiful parks in the area. I enjoy MSU football and basketball. Most of all I enjoy spending time with friends and family.
Michelle Ciloski, MA, LLPC is a limited licensed professional counselor
Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology, Michigan State University.
Master of Arts degree in Adult Education, Central Michigan University.
Master of Arts degree in Professional Counseling, Central Michigan University.