Madison is a pre-intern at Greenhouse Therapy center who believes in the power of the therapeutic relationship to be a space for connecting, learning, and healing. Madison considers it an honor to walk alongside clients in the heartaches and victories of life. In therapy, she hopes that her clients feel understood and validated in their uniqueness. Madison specializes in working with issues of depression, anxiety, relationships, life adjustments, and spirituality. Madison works primarily from a relational psychodynamic perspective which prioritizes the importance of the therapeutic relationship as one of the primary factors for growth and change. Ultimately, she desires for the clients to be more connected to themselves and thus better equipped to manage stressors including relational issues, identity questions, and life adjustments. Madison has also been trained in the modalities of Humanistic, Emotionally Focused, and Restoration Therapies.
Madison completed her Master of Arts in Psychology at Fuller Graduate School of Psychology in Pasadena, CA, where she is now finishing her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. She is supervised by Dr. Ryan Thomas (PSY 31026), a licensed clinical psychologist. She obtained training in multiple modalities at local training sites around Pasadena including Fuller Psychological and Family Services and Southern California Neurology Consultants. Madison is originally from Northern California and enjoys hiking, reading, and spending quality time with friends and family.
Specializations: Relational psychodynamic approach, anxiety, depression, relationship/attachment issues, identity concerns, and adjustment Issues
Client focus: ages 6-75
Services available: Telehealth, in person | Insurance: Yes | Sliding scale: Yes