Madison earned her Honours Bachelor of Science, majoring in psychology from the University of Toronto in 2016, she is currently in her final year at University of Toronto, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education completing her Masters of Education in Counselling Psychology and Psychotherapy. Madison has had a breadth of experience, ranging from working as a research assistant on multiple studies regarding couples work and the interplay psychopathology has on the relationship and treatment, as well as studying individuals interpersonal and intrapersonal perception in labs at both the University of Toronto, as well as York University. She has also worked for many years as a crisis support worker at the Halton Distress Centre, as well as conducting pet therapy on CAMH’s forensic triage floor. Madison is currently working towards expanding her clinical experience, and working alongside her clients from an integrative approach, with her primary treatment modality coming from a cognitive behavioural lens whilst incorporating emotion focused therapy, mindfulness and acceptance and commitment therapy, ensuring to accommodate and work with each client in a way that works best for them. Understanding each client is unique, Madison welcomes clients of a diverse background and sees therapy as a personal exchange of trust, support and patience and strives to create a warm, empathetic, welcoming, and friendly environment for all of her clients to assist them in reaching their treatment goals in a safe and individualized way.