Hello, my name is Maddie Vidican!
I am currently a master’s student in Counseling Psychology at Texas Woman’s University. I received my Bachelor of Science in 2020 in Psychology and Human Development from Washington State University and a certification in Psychological Applied Prevention Sciences in 2021 from Arizona State University. I work with teens/adolescents and adults who are experiencing anxiety, depression, identity development, relationship concerns, and more. My focus is on survivors of trauma, specifically sexual violence. I consider it an honor to support you, and view myself as a guide and fellow traveler walking alongside you in your journey towards creating space for your healing and fulfillment in life.
I view therapy as a collaborative process and together we will work to create a space that feels safe and affirming. I believe you are the expert of your experiences and therapy is different for everyone! My approach is integrative and I like to meet clients where they’re at through the adaptation of therapy to best meet your needs. I am trauma-informed, and practice from a relational, client-centered approach. I enjoy utilizing elements of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and relational cultural therapy (RCT). I have experience working with diverse populations and utilize cultural humility and an intersectional framework to co-create an authentic and safe space.
I recognize that seeking support is challenging, and can be overwhelming. My goal is to make therapy more accessible. I can offer sliding scale services and telehealth options.
In my free time I enjoy reading, kayaking, going to the beach, and playing with my cat Georgie. I love to be silly with my friends and take naps in the sun!
I look forward to hearing from you and beginning this journey together!
Hey hi! My name is Jamie (they/them/theirs), and I am thrilled you’re interested in exploring the therapeutic journey!
I currently work with adults, adolescents, and couples who are interested in building or improving their relationships, developing their identity, and exploring the meaning of their experiences. My training is specialized to work with people with vulnerable identities including but not limited to BIPOC, LGBTQI+, and people with disabilities.
I am a second-year master’s student at Texas Woman’s University studying Counseling Psychology, and I am currently serving my third semester of practicum at Texoma Specialty Counseling and Wellness. I received my Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Houston with a focus on human development and family studies. I also serve as a Student Affiliate in the Section for the Advocacy of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity in the Counseling Psychology Division 17 of the American Psychological Association.
As a student researcher, my area of specialty is in helping others cope with the mental health impacts of global climate change. If you are among the many individuals who are experiencing ecological anxiety, ecological grief, or climate pre- and post-traumatic stress, then I want to you to know that you are not overreacting, and you are not alone in your fears. I am a climate-aware practitioner who is well-equipped to empower others to mitigate, adapt, advocate, and prepare for the psychosocial impacts of global climate change.
In therapy, my theory for counseling is porous and adaptive for each unique individual. I use relational-cultural and existential methods to conceptualize my client’s presenting concerns. As a relational therapist, I believe that relationships are the building blocks of our lives, and it’s exciting to learn a person’s unique construction. As an existentialist, I encourage my clients to explore the meaning of their experiences and how they relate to their own personal and relational identity. My goal is to help my clients maximize their existential power and create growth-fostering relationships in the process.
I love spending time with my partner, friends, and my one-year-old chihuahua named Remy. I am very passionate about dance, experimental performance art, horror movies, trying new restaurants, and enjoying traditional mezcal and tequila. I believe in restorative justice, and I do my best to model that as a way to empower my clients to give themselves permission to rest as well.
I want to welcome you to share space with me if you feel I might be your fit. I encourage you to bring your whole authentic self and to take ownership of your own therapeutic journey. I look forward to seeing you soon!
Hi and welcome to our page! My name is Davis.
Taking steps to focus on yourself and explore beneath the surface can be daunting, to say the least. It is important to find a therapist who you feel comfortable with and strives to provide a place where you are understood and valued. We aren’t meant to navigate life alone, and you deserve someone who can support you through the inevitable ebbs and flows, as well as the more painful things that you would rather keep hidden.
I am currently pursuing a PhD in Counseling Psychology at Texas Woman’s University where I am practicing how to facilitate holistic and transformative care for individuals and communities.
I am proud to provide LGBTQIA+ affirming, trauma informed, culturally responsive, sex positive, and person-centered therapy to a diverse client base. I enjoy working with adolescents/teens, emerging adults, couples, and adults who struggle with depression, anxiety, life transitions, identity development, interpersonal conflict, self-esteem, spirituality concerns, religious trauma, and relationship issues (and much more).
I pull from multiple modalities to tailor my approach to the unique and individual needs of each client. I use relational-cultural therapy (RCT) to strengthen the relationships and connection you have with yourself and others. This is known to foster empowerment, support, and meaningful connection. I enjoy utilizing acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) to help cultivate self-awareness, mindfulness, and encourage alignment between your values and behaviors. I see you as a WHOLE person and believe therapy is most effective when you have a voice and autonomy in your own treatment journey. I often highlight strengths and build upon your capabilities to collaboratively move you closer to your goals.
In sessions with me you can expect to receive attentive listening, affirmation, validation, humor, and acceptance. I am someone who genuinely cares about you and your well-being. I provide a safe space to explore options for problem solving and imagining new ways engaging with ourselves and the world. Connecting you to your self-worth and most authentic self is what I do best. I will challenge patterns that keep you stuck in feelings and behaviors that no longer serve you and replace them with tools that give you access to greater fulfillment.
I am human, which means I am no stranger to the full spectrum of life experiences: all things from pain and isolation to freedom and inner peace. I love spending time outside, and I usually get my daily fix by sitting on my front porch or skateboarding to campus. I am a free-spirited, laid back, and passionate being.
COME, show up as you are, kick off your shoes (get comfy), take what has been causing distress off your shoulders and let’s look at it together. I can’t wait to meet you where you are at and work together to create room for who you are becoming.
Hi, my name is Malorie Malone! I’m so excited you are here and are looking to start your counseling journey!
Counseling can be a scary subject to approach, but I am so glad that you are considering it. You are worthy to receive the care and support you need to better yourself and your circumstances. You deserve the space to navigate life, your feelings matter, and you can be brave.
I am currently a student intern as I am working towards a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Southeastern Oklahoma State University. I received by bachelor’s degree in psychology in 2021 from Southeastern Oklahoma State University.
In session, I like to provide person-centered care in which you can expect to be and feel heard as well as accepted and validated. I believe you must be able to trust and be open with your counselor so you can begin to truly explore yourself and your goals with them. My goal is to give you an open, safe, and genuine space in order to do just that, find and be yourself.
I enjoy working with many groups of people including adolescents, young adults, and adults. I primarily work with people who struggle with anxiety, self-esteem, trauma, depression and more.
In my free time, I love to spend time with my husband and our two dogs. I enjoy playing games, eating good food, and laughing with my loved ones. I believe finding your people in this life is so important and something I want for all of my clients.
I would love for you to reach out if you feel like we may be a good fit! Therapy takes teamwork and I would love to be your teammate in this journey. I can’t wait to hear from you!