Madison earned her undergraduate Psychology degree and minors in Childhood Studies and Verbal Communications from Mount Mercy University. Growing up and through college, she played the tenor saxophone and found inspiration in music. Since graduation, she has worked as an Administrative Office Assistant at Covenant Family Solutions, where she recently switched positions to a Clinical Administrative Assistant, working to connect individuals, families, and couples with mental health services. She is currently pursuing her lifelong dream and aspiration of becoming a Marriage and Family Therapist at Mount Mercy University’s Graduate Center.
Life is hard sometimes, and as a person who has struggled with anxiety and depression herself, Madison sees the benefit of having a safe person to talk to. She works to offer a place where individuals, couples, families, and children can be themselves and know that they will be understood and accepted. She believes that everyone and has the ability to grow in their mental health and that everyone is important regardless of status and background. Her goal in therapy is to take a solution-focused route to help clients create measurable goals that work best for them, thus increasing change. Madison is looking forward to helping individuals, families, couples, and children from all backgrounds.
Outside the program, Madison enjoys being around her family and friends, watching TV, being outside, and reading. She has taken on a new role as being a dog mom to a Great Dane named Pearl.
Children & Play Therapy
Secondary Resource for Substance Abuse with Families and Individuals
Work Stress & General Stress
Sex and Intimacy