Madison Clausen, M.A.

“Life is filled with challenges, many of which are out of our control. Positive support and guidance can make a tremendous difference in the impact these challenges have on us, especially if we are still developing as kids, teens or young adults. My goal is to create an open and non-judgemental space that allows people to explore themselves and their experiences while developing tools to cope and heal. Learning tools early in life can create a strong foundation for the challenges ahead. I believe in working collaboratively with clients to set treatment goals that resonate with them and fit their life stage and circumstances Our work can help you find more peace, joy, and satisfaction in life, as well as prepare you for your future.

Madison Clausen, M.A. is originally from Colorado. She received her B.A. in psychology from Southern New Hampshire University and her M.A. in clinical psychology from Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. Madison’s clinical work has included both agency and private practice settings, providing assessment and therapy services to children, adolescents, and young adults. She has experience working with individuals with anxiety disorders, mood disorders, single-incident trauma, attention and behavioral disorders, and adjustment disorders. Her training has involved education surrounding immediate and long-term effects of trauma, with a specific focus on domestic and sexual violence. She has training in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), and motivational interviewing. Madison favors an emotionally-focused approach with skills and concepts from acceptance and commitment therapy and dialectical behavioral therapy woven in. She strives to work with each client to establish an approach that is uniquely suited to their needs. She currently sees individuals 10 and above.

In her freetime, Madison enjoys activities involving time in nature, live music, and exploring new places.

Madison offers a free 30-minute consultation with each potential client to determine if she is a good fit for your therapy needs. She can be contacted through email at and by phone at (361) 203-4564.