Madison Besselievre, CSW (she/her)
Madi received her Bachelors of Social Work degree at BYU-Idaho, and her Masters of Social Work at Utah State. After getting her undergraduate degree, she worked at a domestic violence shelter in many facets. During this time she started working toward her masters degree in order to be a therapist. Madi has since provided therapy for all ages, though specializes in adults and adolescents.
Madi has always been interested in people and their stories. She genuinely cares for them and believes that all are inherently good. She has found as a therapist that life often brings unexpected tragedies and concerns that can be overwhelming at times. Sometimes, this leads to depression or anxiety and troubled relationships. Whether your struggle is from past trauma, currently overwhelming circumstances, or worry about the future, Madi promises to meet you where you are.
She’s inspired by the words of Brene Brown :
“Daring greatly means the courage to be vulnerable. It means to show up and be seen, to ask for what you need, to talk about how you're feeling, to have the hard conversations.”
She is ready to help, applying whatever knowledge she has learned and is ready to have the “hard conversations” with you to help in any way she can.