Madeline Giblin, M.A., LPC-A (She/Her)
Supervised by Ellen Melton, PhD, LPC-S
Hello! My name is Madeline Giblin and I earned my Master's in Counseling at St. Edward's University in 2021, as well as a Master's in Psychological Research from Texas State University in 2018. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor - Associate and a National Certified Counselor. Additionally, I am also a certified advanced grief counseling specialist and an ADHD-certified clinical services provider.
Above all, I am passionate about empowering clients to trust their intuition and to recognize the importance of prioritizing themselves and their well-being. I use an eclectic, integrative, and collaborative approach and incorporate several therapeutic modalities, as each experience is unique and needs differ from person to person.
The space I offer is not only safe and nonjudgmental, it is also patient. I will sit with you in the hurt, the pain, the loss, the ache, the hopelessness, and the chaos. I will sit with you knowing that there is an end in sight (even when you can't see it), and will hold your hand as we find our way out of that darkness together. I look forward to working with you.
My Personal Life and Background
I've lived in Austin since 2009 and am originally from Southeast Texas near the Gulf Coast. Although I'm a bit of a homebody and prefer puzzles, pups and painting over crowds, you might find me out enjoying live music every now and again :)
(Pictured: My Australian Shepherd, Ozzy Pawsborne, the Prince of Barkness; my late Great Dane, Athena; CA coast)