“Imbalanced systems,whether internal or external, will tend to polarize.”
― Richard C. Schwartz
Madison Bueltemann is a current Marriage and Family Therapy Master’s Intern specializing in enhancing relational connections both individually and as a system. She is set to graduate in 2024 as a PLMFT.
Madison has extensive experience working with diverse families and individuals who have faced complex trauma that hinders day to day functioning. As a former IPS therapist, she worked closely with children and families providing family and individual therapeutic services focusing on strengthening their family dynamic and fostering stronger attunement. This was seen through several real time interventions, providing each member of the family with the support they needed to grow.
Madison also has the experience of working as a clinician alongside individuals who’ve dealt with co-occurring disorders - substance use and mental health - providing therapeutic services to the individuals and their families. She provided support and guidance through their journeys and formed treatment plans to better serve their needs.
Madison specializes in attachment regulation, trauma informed psychoeducational integration, child development, family counseling, and couples counseling. She utilizes the Satir model of Experiential Family Therapy and focuses her approach on the family system as a whole.
Madison’s approach to therapy is to provide her clients with a safe and comforting environment, encouraging them to engage and actively make the adjustments needed to enhance their lives. Success is seen through providing real time interventions, support, and guidance as her clients take back the control of their own experiences to achieve their goals.
Madison’s philosophy is that therapy does not always have to be a serious and emotional process. Therapy is meant to help you deal with your day to day experiences, reframe your own understandings, and discover your inner resilience.