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214-433-6433 xt 701


Licensed Professional Counselor- Associate
under the supervision of Toni Scalise, M.Ed., LPC-S, RPT-S

• Anxiety and depression
• Behavioral management
• Emotional regulation
• Self-Esteem and Self-Worth
• Connection
• Play Therapy
• Teen Therapy
• Young Adult Therapy
• Child-Parent Relational Therapy (CPRT)
• Family Play Therapy
• Currently working on AutPlay Certification



In Madison’s work, she has experienced that positive change occurs best when the therapist is able to create an environment of safety, trust, and acceptance. In this space, the client is able to fully be themselves and begin to navigate their own challenges and difficulties. Her approach with each client is empathetic, collaborative, and intentional. She believes that the beauty of being human is that we can always continue to grow and change and is honored to walk beside her clients and their families on that journey.

Madison received her Bachelor of Science degree in Child Development with a minor in Psychology from Texas Christian University. She completed her Master of Science in Counseling degree at Southern Methodist University with a focus in children and adolescents. Madison is trained in play therapy and Child-Parent Relational Training (CPRT). She is currently working on her AutPlay certification to be able to serve neurodivergent children and their families. Madison has been with Corbella Counseling since the fall of 2023 and serves families and individuals from age three to young adults.

Get to know me:

Color: Green
Scent: Warm Vanilla Sugar lotion from Bath and Body Works
Dessert: Chocolate chip cookies
TV Show: The Office and Ted Lasso
Movie: Practical Magic
Place Outdoors: Mountains
Hogwarts House: Hufflepuff
Enneagram: 2
Favorite Fiction Book: Harry Potter, A Court of Thorns and Roses, Things We Leave Unfinished
Favorite Non-Fiction Book: Good Inside, Dibs in Search of Self, No Bad Kids
Ways to Support Her Mental Health: Spending time with friends, playing with her cat (Ray), reading, napping

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