As a therapist my philosophy is to “meet you where you are” and I practice implementing change and providing insight at a pace that you are comfortable with. My goal is to assist you in identifying and letting go of limiting beliefs you have about yourself and the world that no longer serve you. I utilize a variety of therapeutic approaches including motivational interviewing, solution focused therapy, gestalt therapy, and body-based approaches such as yoga and mindfulness. I believe that therapy is a collaborative process and a journey we are in together.
As Ram Dass says, 'we are all just walking each other home'
In addition to therapy I am also a certified yoga instructor and reiki practitioner. I strongly believe in the mind-body connection and I feel that true change comes from holistic healing and addressing all parts of the self- mind, body, and spirit. I am passionate about empowering other women as I believe that stronger, healthier women create a better world for everyone. In my free time I enjoy weightlifting, cooking, reading, traveling and watching movies with my cat and husband!"
Education & Experience Maddie received her bachelors degree in psychology from Philadelphia university. She continued her education at La Salle university, receiving a Masters of Arts in professional clinical counseling and graduated with honors. Maddie has submitted paperwork for her LPC is pending licensure in Pennsylvania.
Maddie’s fieldwork began in 2015 at Adolescent Advocates, a private practice which served adolescents and young adults struggling with addiction and mental health issues. Soon after, Maddie moved on to working as a lead therapist at Liberation Way and Avenues Recovery Center where she worked with men and women diagnosed with substance abuse and mental health disorders. Maddie has experience treating a vast array of presenting issues such as: addiction, trauma, depression and anxiety, eating disorders and grief and loss to name a few,
Maddie's specialty is working with families, specifically parents and siblings of those dealing with mental health disorders and addiction. Whether you are a parent struggling with how to support your loved one, or a woman trying to sort through the aftermath of being raised by parents with addiction or mental health disorders, Maddie is here to help!