Hello and welcome! My name is Maddy, and I use she/her pronouns. I recognize that reaching out for help can be incredibly difficult and I commend you for taking this first step. Maybe you have been feeling ‘off’ and aren’t quite sure where to go next or have been trying to make changes and find yourself struggling to do so alone. I believe that therapy can be a process that lets you reconnect to your authentic self, make positive changes in your life, and improve your interpersonal relationships. Whatever challenges you are facing, it would be a privilege to navigate this path with you.
I bring curiosity, empathy, compassion, and humor and will work hard to both understand you and ensure that you feel safe and supported during this process. Person-centered therapy drives the work that I do. I utilize interventions from a variety of other approaches, such as cognitive behavioral therapy, mindful self-compassion, feminist therapy, and motivational interviewing.
I have experience working in the mental health field in various roles and settings with both adolescents and adults. I received my bachelor’s degree in Psychology from University of Minnesota and my master’s degree in Counseling for Co-Occurring Disorders from Hazelden Betty Ford Graduate School of Addiction Studies. I am a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC) and am currently under supervision while I work toward Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) licensure. Outside of work, I like to spend my time with my friends and family, watching movies, reading, and being outdoors.
M.A. – Hazelden Betty Ford Graduate School of Addiction Studies
B.S. – University of Minnesota
CARE Counseling (Present)
Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation
Additionally, Out of Network & Out of Pocket options are available.