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Madison Malloy
Student Intern -2023

I am a student working on completing my M.Ed in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at the University of Louisville. I am a Centre College alum with an academic background in psychology, behavioral neuroscience, and gender studies. Coming from an athletic background, I recognize progress in teamwork, thus, I often collaborate with clients as we work together to come up with solutions and ways to manage life's most challenging struggles. 


I lean towards a humanistic therapeutic approach, viewing each individual as their own unique person, with their own unique set of traits and situations. I integrate multiple different therapeutic theories and interventions into my sessions based on client needs and preferences. 


I strive to break the stigma surrounding mental health and its corresponding diagnoses by promoting therapy and its benefits. Therapy is an integral part of finding healing in our lives and allows us to discover what makes each of us tick and function on a deeper and fundamental level. Thus, I promote and address change in maladaptive cognitive processes in hopes to help clients restore balance to their life. 


I work with all people, regardless of race, gender, culture, sexual orientation, or gender identification. All are welcome. 


 Children, Adolescents, Young Adults, Trauma, ADHD, Depression, Anxiety and LBBTQI

“There is a power in our thoughts & behaviors, and this power has the ability to shape out quality of life for better or worse.” 
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