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"I utilize psychodynamic theory and attachment theory to gain insight into how our past relationships influence how we relate to ourselves and others in the present."

Therapy with me is relational and informal. I hope to spark curiosity within you by providing an empathic and safe environment to discover the confusing and painful parts of your life.


I will provide a collaborative experience toward

self-reflection and self-understanding. We will venture into the power of self-compassion by facing those places where we feel like we are not enough. 

Josh Madden
Integrated Therapy

  • Religious trauma/deconstruction

  • Post-Divorce Care

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Vocational distress

  • Trauma & Complex Trauma

  • Relationship difficulties 

  • Relationship Issues

  • Adults and Teenagers 

  • Grief

  • Couples and Marriage Struggles

  • Self Esteem Issues

  • Mood Disorders

  • Perfectionism

  • Self-Harming 

My Areas of Specialty


What is Religious Trauma? 

Religious trauma occurs when an individual’s religious experience is stressful, degrading, dangerous, abusive, or damaging. The trauma often involves breaking away from a controlling environment, lifestyle, or spiritual figure. Traumatic religious experiences may threaten to harm someone’s physical, emotional, mental, sexual, or spiritual health and safety. Healing involves a specific form of psychotherapy to help an individual overcome the negative impacts of past religious experiences.

What is Post-Divorce Care? 

Following a divorce, whether amicable or difficult, every divorced person needs to understand and even reconnect to who they are as individuals outside of marriage. From coping with the dissolution of a nuclear family unit to finding a path to forgiveness, conflict resolution, and reconciliation,

therapy can help manage the pain, anger, fear, sadness, and stress associated with separation or divorce, and help an individual heal, rebuild, and move forward with their life.

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