Madison Pavone, Clinical Mental Health Intern

Madison is an intern from Ball State University pursing a dual Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and Social Psychology. She obtained her Bachelor of Science at Baldwin Wallace University where she conducted research on race-related stress, objectification, and coping. Madison has seen clients through the Ball State Counseling Practicum Clinic as well as worked with victims of Domestic Violence in Anderson, Indiana. Her areas of clinical interest include trauma/abuse, anxiety, depression, PTSD, eating disorders, and issues coping with prejudice. Madison enjoys working with adolescents and adults; she believes a strong, trusting therapeutic relationship is essential to treatment. She tends to take a multicultural and humanistic approach to therapy, but implements different therapeutic techniques including CBT, DBT, EFT, Empowerment, and Gestalt tools. Madison believes that all individuals deserve a safe, affirming, and culturally sensitive environment to grow within.