Madison Schiller is a person-centered therapist who believes everyone has the power to create change and foster mental health and wellness in their lives. Madison understands that diving into therapy for the first time, or continuing work with a new therapist can be challenging and uncertain. That’s why Madison believes collaboration is one the most important parts of the therapy experience.
Madison primarily works with adults and couples, focusing on a variety of concerns – life transitions, anxiety, depression, trauma, grief and loss, self-esteem, relationship issues, and career/vocational concerns. Additionally, Madison is passionate about working with intercultural couples and women in the areas of perinatal mental health and reproductive justice.
In her therapy practice, Madison strives to create an environment of warmth, compassion, safety, and empathic understanding.
Her practice is based in cultural humility and trauma-informed care. She is strengths-based clinician, focusing on resilience and opportunities for growth. Madison’s approach to therapy is integrative, utilizing techniques such as narrative therapy, mindfulness, CBT, and mind-body connection. She is committed to learning and integrating new, modern techniques that may be helpful for your therapy experience.
Madison received her Master of Science in Professional Counseling from Mount Mary University. During her graduate studies, she also earned a certificate in Trauma Counseling. Madison holds licensure as a Licensed Professional Counselor – In Training (LPC-IT) in the state of Wisconsin. She receives regular clinical supervision and professional development to continuously enhance her work in the field.
Prior to practicing therapy, Madison worked in higher education as a career counselor and academic advisor. She holds nearly six years of experience working directly with underserved populations in educational, non-profit, and community-based settings.
Madison completed her counseling internship at Gerald L. Ignace Indian Health Center where she facilitated individual and group counseling. She has training and experience working with trauma, domestic abuse, and sexual assault survivors.
Madison has also completed training in the Gottman Method Couples Counseling, Level 1.
Madison Schiller, LPC-IT
316 N. Milwaukee Street, Suite 401
Milwaukee, WI 53202
- Life Transitions
- Intercultural couples counseling
- Gottman Method couples counseling
- Perinatal mental health
- Women’s wellness
- Grief and Loss
- Healthy Relationships
- Partner Violence/Sexual Assault
- Career Counseling
- Mind-Body Connection
- Narrative Therapy
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Other reasons you might seek my support would be to:
- Learn healthy coping skills
- Experience connectedness
- Manage life and role transitions
- Seek growth, insight, and awareness
- Work through trauma and past experiences that are affecting your life in the present
- Find purpose and engage in meaning-making
- Foster healthy and fulfilling relationships
- Improve communication with family and loved ones
- Set and maintain healthy boundaries
- Build upon strengths and previous therapeutic work