Madeline Senay, LMSW
Madeline believes we can move from pain to peace with our unique set of inner strengths. She understands clients have the power to take control of their thoughts, words and actions, even during the darkest of times. Her approach encourages clients to create trust within themselves, in order to view the past with acceptance, kindness and curiosity. Madeline aims to enable her clients to feel comfortable to delve into sensitive topics and promote growth without feeling the old patterns of guilt and shame.
Madeline served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Ukraine for 2½ years and worked with children and adolescents that have gone through significant trauma. As one can imagine, life as a volunteer was not always easy; personally, Madeline learned about resilience and hope during times of isolation and darkness. Her professional and personal experiences have given her excellent training in evidence-based strategies to promote Sound Mind Therapy’s core values of Support, Education and Empowerment.
Madeline received her MSW in 2017 from the University of Michigan while working at the University Hospital’s Inpatient Psychiatric Unit. This experience has given her expertise working in the field of mental health. She works with those experiencing trauma, anxiety, depression, phobias, low self-esteem, anger, OCD and many other everyday challenges. She has extensive experience and knowledge in using many evidence-based such as CBT, TF-CBT, ACT and DBT techniques. Supervised by Beth Barker, LCSW.
- Individual session $125 (first session suggested time is 2 hours, $250)
- Couples session $150 (all sessions suggested 2 hours, $300)
- Family session $200 (up to 4 people) (suggested time 2 hours, $400)