Maddy gained her Master’s degree from the University of Denver’s Counseling Psychology program with a focus on Clinical Mental Health. In her training and post-graduate experience, she has primarily worked with children, adolescents, and young adults with depression, anxiety, and trauma across a variety of settings; including the local public school systems, an intensive outpatient program, and in community-based and outpatient programs.
While Maddy is mainly relationally focused, she also has experience with trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy, exposure-response prevention, psychoanalysis, and psychodynamic approaches. Her specialty is working with adolescents, young adults, and anyone who is interested in exploring identity development, interpersonal relationship issues, and life transitions. She also welcomes couples, friends, or siblings who are seeking support in improving their relationship with one another. In the therapeutic process, she finds it vital to utilize authenticity, humor, and connection to gain insight and create shifts in how we approach our life and our relationships.