Madeleine Ball, LPC

Staff Licensed Professional Counselor

"Most big transformations come from the hundreds of tiny, almost imperceptible steps we take along the way." - Lori Gottlieb

Specialty
Talk Therapy
Years of Experience
3
Locations
Pennsylvania
Education

• West Chester University of Pennsylvania, BA

• Temple University, M.Ed

• Beck Institute for Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Fellowship

Languages
English

Madeleine Ball, LPC, earned her Master's Degree in Counseling Psychology from Temple University in 2019 and has worked as a clinician for the past 3 years. Madeleine has been certified as a domestic violence counselor and has been trained in therapies that target and treat anxiety, depression, PTSD, mood disorders, and grief and loss.

Madeleine describes her therapeutic style as being warm and supportive, with a dose of reality. Madeleine strives to provide a space for those to feel comfortable in order to encourage openness and explore their emotions in session. Madeleine draws from an emotionally focused therapeutic lens while incorporating cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness, and person-centered therapy techniques.

Prior to graduate school, Madeleine became a certified domestic violence counselor and assisted with helping victims in Montgomery County, PA. She continued to obtain her Master's Degree in Counseling Psychology from Temple University and continued to work as a clinician in various health care settings. This includes a partial hospitalization program for adolescents, an educational setting, and most recently, working in a community mental health outpatient center for adults.

Madeleine has focused on treating those with anxiety, depression, PTSD, mood disorders, and grief and loss. Madeleine has been certified as a domestic violence counselor and has also been trained through the BECK institute to practice cognitive behavioral therapy. Madeleine received her undergraduate degree from the West Chester University of Pennsylvania and is originally from England.

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