Client Services Coordinator



Madison graduated from the University of Washington with a Bachelor of Science in psychology and a minor in diversity. Here, she garnered an interest in pursuing clinical psychology. In her time as an undergraduate student, she had worked as a research assistant with Oregon State University where she was involved in a study aiming to investigate how childhood well-being could potentially be improved with increased animal interaction. At this lab, she worked directly with adolescents with diagnosed disabilities and their family dogs. Following this, Madison worked as a research assistant for Seattle Children’s Research Institute investigating the role of bias in the education system. There she assisted with several publications surrounding this topic and is currently working on her own manuscript on the impact of teachers’ experiences with prejudice on their belief in the importance of teaching about bias to their students.

Madison would like to continue to work with children and adolescents in the future, specifically regarding ADHD and anxiety disorders. She also aims to be involved in implementing interventions in underserved communities that do not have easily available access to mental health services. Outside of work, she enjoys baking, drawing, and looking for fun dessert places in Seattle.