Madison specializes in working with adolescents. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Ouachita Baptist University and her Master of Social Work at the University of Southern California.
Having a desire to work in mental health beginning at age 14, she loves her work. Being at BHSA since 2017, she states that she has already learned how supportive the employees can be. Whenever she has an issue or question, there is always more than one person willing and wanting to help. Outside of her job at BHSA, she is a volleyball coach for a traveling competitive tournament team. She has an “adorable” Welsh Corgie named Leo who is registered as an emotional support dog. For stress relief, she scrapbooks and enjoys spending time being physically active outside. She promotes identifying things for each person to do in order for them to relieve stress.