Marriage and Family Therapist
School Based Therapist – Chattahoochee High School
“Hardships often prepare ordinary people for an extraordinary destiny.” – C.S Lewis
Madison is an Associate Staff Therapist at The Summit Counseling Center. Previously, Madison has worked at the Mercer Family Therapy Center and Mary Hall Freedom House working with adults, couples, adolescents, and their families. Madison has prior experience working with individuals who suffer from addiction and their family members. She loves working with people to help them overcome their addiction, anxiety, depression, trauma, and self confidence by allowing her clients to know that he or she is in control and that their presenting problem does not control them, or define them as a person. Madison also had an internship at Children’s Hospital where she worked with children and their families who suffer from eating disorders. She believes that therapy promotes healing, growth, and awareness.
Madison attended Georgia College and earned a B.S. in Psychology. She graduated in 2013 and went directly into her master’s program at Mercer University where she earned her Masters in Family Therapy.
In her spare time, Madison enjoys cooking healthy meals, reading lifestyle books, and running outdoors. Her family and friends are very important to her and she feels extremely lucky to have such a close, strong relationship with each of them. Madison is also a huge dog lover and can’t imagine life without them.
Madison is under the supervision of David Smith, MDiv, MA
- Master of Arts in Family Therapy, Mercer University, Atlanta, GA
- Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Georgia College & State University, Milledgeville, GA
Licensure, Certifications, and Professional Affiliations:
- Madison Clark practices under the Clinical Supervision of David M. Smith, M.Div., M.A., LPC, ACS,
AAMFT Approved Supervisor
- Associate Member, American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy
Woman’s issues, Blended families, Divorce, Trauma, Grief & Loss, Empowering Women, Substance Abuse