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Madeline (She/Her) believes in holistic healing which includes building a mind and body connection. Madeline’s approach to therapy is collaborative, warm, compassionate, and empowering. She aims to provide a nonjudgmental environment for individuals to make space for their own healing and has a goal of supporting the client’s curiosity with their authentic experiences.


She utilizes somatic (body based) skills along with mindfulness practices and creative interventions. As a trained Art Therapist, Madeline incorporates art-based directives for clients with all skill levels ranging from feeling intimidated by art to professionally trained artists with a goal of using art as a tool for the healing process. 


Madeline works with adults 18+ and has experience working with a wide range of issues and diagnosis including life transitions, stress, anxiety, depression, trauma, attachment trauma, ADHD, substance use disorders, and family impacted by family patterns of substance use. She strives to help individuals explore identity, identify themes and patterns in their life, build self-worth and esteem, heal from lasting impact of trauma, and build skills to enhance interpersonal relationships. She has experience working with clients from diverse backgrounds, cultures, and is affirming to LGBT+ populations.


Madeline is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, an Art Therapist registered with Art Therapy Credentials Board and a Substance Use Disorder Professional. She completed a Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and Art Therapy from Antioch University in Seattle, WA. Additionally, Madeline completed certificate programs in Somatic Psychotherapy and Practices, Addiction Studies, and certification for treating ADHD. She is a member of the American Counseling Association and the American Art Therapy Association. 

Madeline Wilson, LMHC, SUDP, ATR | Therapist | Insight Mental Health Group



  • Anxiety

  • ADHD

  • Trauma

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