Licensed Professional Counselor
Clinical Program Manager
Madeline has a passion for working with diverse clients who have experienced trauma, grief, anxiety and life transitions. She also enjoys working with adolescents and young adults in individual and family sessions. Due to her Colombian heritage, Madeline has a special passion for working with Hispanic clients.
Madeline provides individualized care for everyone who walks through her door. Her therapeutic approach is a combination of strength-based, person-centered, and creative integration of evidence-based practices like ACT and CBT. She brings a wide variety of important traits to sessions, including honesty, trust, inclusivity, and empathy. With these approaches, each client learns to empower themself and find control in their life.
Madeline earned her B.S. in psychology from Berry College and went on to earn her M.S. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She has experience counseling in court-mandated and private practice settings. Madeline is also certified in TeleMental Health Training and TF-CBT.
Madeline’s favorite self-care activities include playing with her dog, crafting, spending time with her family and friends, and enjoying nature.
- Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Berry College
- Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, University of North Georgia
Licensure, Certifications and Professional Affiliations
- Licensed Professional Counselor, Georgia
- Nationally Certified Counselor
- Member, American Counseling Association
- Member, Licensed Professional Counselors of Georgia
- Member, Chi Sigma Iota since 2018
- Parent Support
- Anxiety & Stress
- Women’s Empowerment
- Summit Counseling Virtual Event – January 14 at 7 PM – YouTube
Johns Creek UMC partnered with Summit Counseling Center to lead a panel discussion on “Hope in the Midst of Loss”. In this unprecedented time, our normal is no longer normal. Loss has taken on many new shapes and forms. Some of us have experienced the loss of a friend or family member and find ourselves grieving without the support of our community due to social distancing. Others are experiencing the loss or disruption of our jobs, social isolation, and moreover the loss of a “normal routine” as we knew it. Join our partners at The Summit for a discussion on recognizing our loss, processing our grief and practicing self-care moving forward.