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Madeline (she/her) earned a master's in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Adams State University after obtaining a bachelor’s in Family Studies. She has worked in a variety of clinical settings, including residential treatment for at-risk youth, and uses a trauma-focused approach.  

Madeline has experience using DBT, acceptance and commitment therapy, motivational interviewing, and cognitive processing therapy. She uses an eclectic approach to create a personalized and effective treatment plan to help her clients. Madeline has worked with a diverse population of clients, including those with anxiety, depression, trauma, attachment, and personality disorders. She has experience working with couples and families along with working extensively with the LGBTQ+ population. Madeline participated in the Utah Suicide Prevention Coalition LGBTQ+ Work Group in 2020, which involved developing a long-term suicide prevention plan for the LGBTQ+ youth in Utah.

Madeline’s therapeutic approach is trauma-informed and client-centered. She is passionate about showing up for clients where they’re at, guiding them to discover ways to heal and cope with their issues, and helping them develop new perspectives about what is keeping them stuck where they are. Madeline values relationships as a part of the treatment model and uses a systems-based approach to family counseling. She admires the healing process in therapy and how it may look different from client to client.

Madeline is originally from Wyoming. She lives with her partner, and their two kittens, and she spends her time attending live music concerts, playing piano, and spending quality time with loved ones.