Madison Hurd, M.A., is a predoctoral intern at PsychBreak. She earned her Master’s degree from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology, where she is completing her doctoral degree in clinical psychology with a specialization in children and adolescents. Ms. Hurd has worked with clients of all ages and in multiple therapeutic formats, including working in therapeutic settings with children and adolescents. In addition to private practice, she has experience conducting therapy and psychological assessments in hospitals and community mental health settings. Her practice of therapy is influenced by humanistic-existential approaches, with the integration of cognitive-behavioral techniques as needed.

Treatment Specialties

Her educational and clinical experience have focused on youths and families struggling with relational issues, high risk behavior (e.g. self-harm, suicidal ideation), trauma, and abuse. Additionally, Ms. Hurd has written a story and therapeutic workbook for children who have witnessed domestic violence. Domestic violence and abuse within a family continues to be an area of research and clinical interest for Ms. Hurd.

Therapy Methods

Art Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)

Crisis Management

Domestic Violence

Existential Therapy

Family & Marital Counseling

Humanistic

Integrative

Narrative

PTSD

Play Therapy

Psychological Testing and Evaluation

Relational

Trama Focused

Age Groups Treated

Individuals, Couples, Families, Children, Teens, Adults


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30 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 1002
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