Doctoral Training: University of Hartford – Graduate Institute of Professional Psychology
Master’s Degree: MS in Clinical Psychology from Ohio University; MA in Clinical Practices in Psychology from University of Hartford
Over the past seven years, Madeleine has conducted therapy and assessments with all ages in a variety of settings including outpatient clinics, hospitals, schools, and forensic settings. She primarily works with children, adolescents, young adults, and families. Although she considers herself a generalist, she has particular interest in the treatment of anxiety and stress, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), mood disorders, ADHD, and childhood behavior challenges. Madeleine has a background in psychoeducational assessment and can provide guidance with navigating special education services. She operates from an integrative lens, meaning she believes treatment should be creatively tailored to fit each individual’s and family’s unique needs and circumstances. She often draws from cognitive-behavioral (addressing our thoughts, feelings, and actions) and relational (how we interact and communicate with others) techniques, among others. People do not exist in a vacuum, and Madeleine considers individuals and presenting concerns within the context of their wider systems (family, school, society, etc.).
Madeleine enjoys all things food-related and can be found cooking, baking, and perusing local farmer’s markets in her free time. She also loves being outside, exploring nature, and going on hikes.