Our work together will give you the space to process, to heal, and to set new goals.

meet madison

My goal as a therapist is to partner with clients to build on their strengths and deepen their perspective into the transitions and challenges they face. Often people choose to start therapy because they are seeking change. That change may involve finding new ways to cope with anxiety, depression, or other emotional pain. It may involve setting different boundaries in relationships. It may involve living life more intentionally and authentically, however one may choose to define that. Change can be overwhelming and is often difficult, but I believe therapy provides the support and insight needed to make any change easier to navigate.

 

services offered

 

You are the expert in your own lived experience. While my practice is rooted in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), I use a variety of techniques tailored to your needs. I am committed to using an anti-oppressive framework that explores how environments, relationships, and circumstances shape your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.

I offer individual therapy and couples therapy to adults who are 18 and older.

While each of my clients brings a unique set of experiences and challenges to therapy, some common areas of therapeutic focus include:

stress  anxiety  obsessive complusive disorder
 depression  trauma  grief and loss 
 

 gender identity   sexuality 

 polyamory/open relationships  

life transitions   school  career

 family and relationship conflict  

What I enjoy most about being a therapist is building relationships with people, and creating an environment in which my clients can build trust and learn more about themselves through the process.

I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in the state of New York with a Master’s in Social Work from Columbia University. I have extensive experience working within queer communities, as well as with those who have lived through trauma, and I have received advanced clinical training in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). I have worked as a therapist in both nonprofit and community outpatient settings which has allowed me to see clients across a wide array of races, ethnicities, sexualities, and gender identities. I have also had the opportunity to lead multidisciplinary teams focused on making professional environments more inclusive and understanding of people’s lived experience.

Born and raised in New York City, I am well-acquainted with the unique stressors that come with living and thriving in this buzzing place. I am confident that our work together will bring an added sense of calm and clarity to your life.

frequently asked questions

 

recently quoted in

Why I Needed to See a Queer Therapist (And How You Can Find One, Too)

contact

Madison McCullough, LCSW
20 W. 20th St., Suite 234

New York, NY 10011
madison@madisonmccullough.com
(929) 224-4737

Our work together will give you the space to process, to heal, and to set new goals. Your willingness to explore the therapeutic options available to you indicates that you are ready for some aspect of your life to look different. I look forward to connecting with you, and to collaborating with you as you make your way through this part of your journey.

 

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