Fellow Traveler Counseling
MS, LCMHCA, NCC
Introduced to the therapeutic process as a child grappling with the divorce of her parents, Madison developed a deep, firsthand understanding of the healing and growth that occurs with the support received in each session. Moved to share the tools for peace with others, Madison began the journey towards becoming a therapist herself.
Upon completing a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with double minors in Neuroscience and Sociology from Wake Forest, assisting in research at Trinity College Dublin, and earning a Masters of Science in Clinical Mental Health from the University of Tennessee, Madison began working with children, Teens, and Adults who have experienced trauma.
With a specialized focus on treatment of the family, Madison's advanced training and experience with children beginning at age two, supports the entire family unit. Believing in a collaborative approach, Madison adapts towards individualized needs, utilizing cognitive behavioral therapy, person-centered therapy and child-centered play therapy techniques.
Madison helps individuals increase their awareness of thoughts and beliefs, supplying her clients with the skills to manage life in a healthier way.