Madi is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist who received her MA in Clinical Psychology, Psychological Trauma Studies Specialization from Anticoh University. In her clinical work, Madi incorporates her lived experience and personal recovery journey to assist clients in appreciating and honoring the power of choice, community, and vigorous honesty. Rooted in social justice and advocacy, Madi acknowledges the multitude of complexities that come with the human condition and the various systemic barriers, developmental traumas, and life stressors that can impact an individual and perpetuate suffering. Madi collaborates with clients and creatively explores ways for them to fully embody their strengths and apply them harmoniously to heal emotional wounds that have kept them from fully participating in their lives. Using humor, authenticity, and unwavering compassion, Madi approaches healing and recovery from a place of empowered vulnerability. Using truth without judgment, Madi cultivates a safe space for clients to diligently foster an inner knowing that speaking their truth while allowing themselves to be fully seen can be a paramount component in their work to gain and maintain an authentic and sustainable connection to self and others. As a previous executive board member for Project HEAL, Madi has extensive knowledge and personal experience in working with individuals seeking to heal their relationship with food, body, and movement. Additionally, she has completed specialized course trainings and has clinical certifications for Psychological First Aid, in addition to Disaster Preparedness and Crisis Response. Lastly, Madi has previous experience working in mental health and addiction treatment settings and possesses the ability to amplify opportune moments for clients to delve deeper into self-exploration and wholehearted personal development by providing a comprehensive human-centered approach tailored to the individual needs of each person.