Madison grew up in the DFW area and then attended Texas State University where she graduated with a degree in Psychology with a minor in Forensics in 2018. After graduating she went on to work in residential psychiatric care for young children and adolescents. Her primary role in this position was to manage and care for a group of adolescent boys, most of whom suffered from a severe form of mental illness and commonly had symptoms that were challenging and volatile. She worked alongside physicians, psychiatrists, psychologists and therapists alike to facilitate a safe, meaningful, and therapeutic environment conducive to corresponding treatment plans. More recently she worked as a behavior therapist at a children’s autism center during which she learned new ways of helping children find a means of personal expression through play as well as, new ways to cope with emotions which to some children can be overwhelming and debilitating. Each of these experiences has further fueled her passion for helping others understand themselves and others around them.
More recently, Madison began her Neurofeedback training in 2021, and is professionally mentored by Betsy Ezell, LPC, BCN. Neurofeedback is evidenced as effective for individuals working to improve symptoms of trauma, ADHD, anxiety, depression, anxiety, PTSD, sleep issues, and to enhance performance. More information about Neurofeedback can be found at https://isnr.org/resources.
Madison enjoys spending quality time with her friends and her family. Any chance to travel is one she will jump on, she also enjoys reading, spending time outdoors, listening to podcasts and physical fitness.
“Knowledge is marvelous, but wisdom is even better.” – Kay Redfield Jamison
“I have no special talent. I am only passionately curious.” – Albert Einstein