Madeleine is a Licensed Professional with a Masters Degree in Mental Health Counseling from The University of Texas at Tyler. Her professional work experience involves treating individuals with persistent disorders such as Bipolar Disorder, depression, anxiety, and other mood-related diagnoses. Madeleine also provided counseling in an integrated care setting for physical and behavioral health through UT Tyler. She has additional experience working as a crisis counselor for Anderson and Cherokee Counties in East Texas.
Madeleine specializes in treating adults and teens in the areas of anxiety, depression, mood disorders, gender identity, relationship problems, substance abuse/addiction, self-harm, anger issues, and sexual, emotional, and physical trauma. She has substantial experience treating the LGBTQ population and enjoys exploring areas of identity development with her clients. Madeleine also works with individuals experiencing life transitions such as changing jobs, relocation to a new city, beginning college, and adjustment after the loss of a loved one. She identifies herself as very person-centered and utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy techniques to help her clients explore the thoughts and emotions which influence their behavior. Madeleine is also trained in Applied Behavior Analysis which she occasionally pulls from when working with teens and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Madeleine is trained in psychological first aid, Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST), and Building Resilience for Individuals through Trauma Education (BRITE).
In her free time, Madeleine enjoys spending time with her husband trying new foods and traveling to new places. She is very close to her family and spends quite a bit of time with them. She has a background in music and a college minor in art which drives a lot of her hobbies. She is passionate about helping others and has known she wanted to be a counselor since middle school.