Madeline is a Client Services Coordinator.
Madeline received her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from the University of Washington (UW). During her sophomore year at UW she began interning with Opal Food and Body Wisdom, a local eating disorder clinic, and helped bring their body positivity message to the greater UW community. During her time at Opal she assisted with various presentations that focused on recognizing disordered eating and understanding body image dissatisfaction. Madeline also contributed to the development of The Body Positive, a program aimed at enhancing positive role models and leadership skills while improving knowledge of both physical health and intuitive eating. Madeline also volunteered with the UW Special Olympics Club, where she helped coach and facilitate various sporting events for college students with neurodevelopmental disabilities.
Madeline plans to pursue a career in Clinical Child Psychology. She has been passionate about working with children since volunteering at Camp Providence, a unified day camp for children with special needs and their siblings. Her special interest in children motivated her to successfully complete a minor in Education, Learning, and Societies at UW. Madeline initially served as a volunteer at EBTCS to increase her knowledge of outpatient psychology and experience psychology in a clinical setting. Due to her experience and strong understanding of care at EBTCS, she was hired as a Client Services Coordinator for the Child Anxiety Center.