In a world filled with both challenge and opportunity, counseling can be a logical choice for individuals or families who wish to grow or are seeking change. Madison Marshall holds a strong appreciation for the transformations that can occur in a counseling relationship. She believes that every person can achieve their goals, desires, and reach their full potential. Madison’s counseling style is a healthy balance of support and gentle confrontation that enables her to assist clients in making a positive change in their lives.
At Foundations Counseling, Madison Marshall works with people who seek counseling for a variety of reasons including:
- Child, Adolescent, and Teens – abuse and trauma, anger and defiance, blended families, bullying, cutting and self-injury, effects of divorce, gender identity, life-skills training, play therapy, school issues, self-worth, social skills
- Life Changes and Transitions – career counseling, goal setting, grief and loss, spirituality and faith, sexual orientation and gender identity
- Mental Health and Wellness – anger management, anxiety, body image challenges, depression, empowerment, grief and loss, self-worth, sports performance, stress-related issues, trauma and abuse recovery
- Relationships and Families – blended families, boundaries, communication, conflict resolution, dating, parenting, pre-engagement and marital counseling
Madison earned a Master of Science in Counseling and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Oklahoma State University. She is a National Certified Counselor (NCC). Madison utilizes an integrative approach to counseling in order to best serve each client and their needs. Her approach emphasizes empowerment, awareness, understanding, and collaboration, working alongside clients to facilitate change.
Madison has experience working with individuals of all ages, each with their own unique life story. She has extensive experience helping youth and families overcome various life challenges. She received training in life skills development in order to assist adolescents in increasing self-worth, social skills, and gaining a better knowledge of healthy behaviors. Madison also worked in career counseling and participated in a 120-hour training program to gain competency in all aspects of the career and job search process. In counseling sessions, Madison exhibits unconditional positive acceptance. She places a high importance on providing a safe, supportive environment that allows her clients to feel heard and understood.