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Madeline Kinsella is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate in the state of Texas under the supervision of Josh Hawkins, PhD, LPC-S. Madeline is also a National Certified Counselor and a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor Intern. Madeline earned her Master of Education in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Texas Christian University (TCU) where she received training counseling children, preadolescents, adolescents, adults, groups, and families. Additionally, she has undergone specialized training in utilizing play, activity, and art therapy techniques to assist children dealing with various behavioral and emotional challenges, enhancing their self-esteem, managing peer pressure and stress, and addressing other related issues. Madeline completed her internship at the Family Resource Center, TCU’s community counseling clinic, and at The Art Station, where she provided individual and group therapy to children, adolescents, and adults experiencing various backgrounds of trauma, anxiety, depression, self-esteem issues, and life changes. Madeline’s counseling experience also includes working at a residential treatment center with adolescents experiencing family/relationship issues, substance abuse, childhood trauma, self-injury, and suicidality. Madeline discovered her passion for this field through her previous experiences receiving her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology Honors at UT Austin, and working with children diagnosed with autism, ADHD, and anxiety. 


Madeline believes in providing a safe and empathetic space, cultivating resilience, and building rapport, so that her clients can gain skills to overcome life’s challenges. With a background in art therapy techniques and the evidence-based modalities of a client-centered and solution-focused approach, her therapeutic process highlights the client as an equal, and includes a prioritization of healing, compassion, and active listening. 


Madeline has a special interest in individuals who are navigating anxiety and depressive disorders, alongside a diverse range of clients facing various life challenges. Whether it is building confidence in social situations or empowering oneself to navigate change, she is committed to personalizing her approach to meet each person's unique needs and goals.


In her free time, Madeline enjoys cheering for her favorite sports teams, spending quality time with family and friends, working out, baking, and music. She believes in the importance of well-being and strives to incorporate elements of self-care and mindfulness into both her personal and professional life.

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