Her approaches: Grounded in person-centred, solution-focused and narrative therapies, often integrating a number of other techniques & approaches to best meet the needs of individual clients.
Professional Designation: Master of Counselling (M.C.), Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)
Counselling Services provided: Individual Therapy (adults of all ages)
Areas of Focus: Anxiety, Depression, Anger Management/Emotion Regulation, Addiction, Trauma, Grief & Loss, Relationship Issues, Life Transitions, Self-Discovery.
Session Fee (60 minutes): $120 + hst
If you have any questions about the counselling process, take a look at our FAQ section. To schedule a phone consult, email [email protected] or call 519-766-8292 (Ext. 101) with your questions, phone number, and three time-slots that work for you.
Madelyn is a genuine and caring therapist who consistently strives to foster hope. Clients have often described Madelyn as having a calm and grounding presence. She values openness, collaboration, and compassion, and believes these are essential in developing meaningful therapeutic connections.
Madelyn has counselling experience working with a wide range of clients and presenting issues. She supports clients in coping more effectively with anxiety, depression, difficult emotions, addiction, trauma, loss, relationship issues, and life transitions. Acknowledging unique client needs, Madelyn often integrates a number of therapeutic approaches to most effectively help individuals identify resilience, make desired positive changes, and connect with their true authentic self.
Madelyn completed a Master of Counselling degree at Athabasca University in Alberta, and a Bachelor of Applied Science in Adult Development at the University of Guelph. Some of the counselling approaches Madelyn utilizes with clients include Solution-Focused Therapy (SFT), Narrative Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Rational-Emotive Behaviour Therapy (REBT), as well as Family- and Ecological-Systems.
Madelyn values a holistic approach. She believes in the importance of considering the “whole picture,” and will often ask open-ended questions to support clients in meaning-making, self-exploration and discovery.