Maddisson received her master’s in clinical mental health and rehabilitation counseling from Ball State University. She has formalized training and experience with adolescents and adults who experience anxiety, depression, trauma, and substance use disorders. In her career, Maddisson has worked in inpatient, residential, and outpatient treatment centers with individuals with addiction, trauma, severe mental illness, grief/loss, and other mental health issues. As a result, she has been able to recognize how significant life events and non-secure attachments contribute to mental health concerns.
Maddisson has worked with individuals from all age groups and different backgrounds including members of the LGBTQIA+ community and couples. She is humanistic and person-centered in her approach to therapy and believes the individual is the expert of their own life. She strives to create a safe space for individuals to achieve their goals, create meaning, foster healing, hope, and resilience to promote long-term change. At Lifeworks Recovery, Maddisson works with clients from a variety of walks of life who are struggling with a variety of circumstances including, healing from relationship fractures, porn addiction, sex addiction, depression, anxiety, and past trauma.
Maddisson’s views on counseling: It can be difficult to express your needs and wants and sometimes life can have us feeling low, trapped, or defeated, however, I believe that we all are resilient and can grow and change. Furthermore, I believe counseling is a partnership that is based on respect, trust, and authenticity that can foster hope, self-compassion, and healing. Together, we can navigate your struggles to assist you in reaching your full potential so you can live your best and most authentic life.