Madison Broadwell, MSW, LLMSW
- B.A in Psychology | Wayne State University
- Master’s in Social Work | University of Michigan
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Priority Health PPO
Type of Therapy
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Psychodynamic Therapy
- Life Transitions
- Self Confidence
About Madison Broadwell
We all have times when we need extra support and finding a therapist who is the right match can be a daunting process. I understand the importance of the therapeutic relationship and put great care into understanding your unique needs and history. My clients feel safe with me in expressing their true selves.
I graduated from Wayne State University with a B.A in Psychology, and I earned my Master’s of Social Work from the University of Michigan. I have experience treating diverse populations of both children and adults in and around Detroit, Michigan. I work primarily with adults and children, treating anxiety, depression, and trauma. I also have experience treating mood disorders and OCD.
I am a goal-oriented and open-minded therapist interested in helping you learn about yourself and how to function at your best. You are the expert on your own life, and I am here to help guide you in reaching your full potential.
Unique Approach to Therapy
What makes my approach unique? I am regularly asking for feedback from my patients. How is the treatment going? Are we addressing issues you care about? Do you feel you are making measurable progress? At Start My Wellness, we help people actively engage in making therapy as useful and user friendly as possible. We use this feedback to improve treatment methods, guide therapist training and improve overall customer satisfaction. We believe this patient-centered approach makes Start My Wellness world-class.
Specialized & Extended Training
What makes Madison Broadwell stand out is her high level of education and experience. She, along with all Start My Wellness therapists, attends at least 120 hours of extensive ongoing training and personal development per year in treating anxiety, depression, work stress, and relationship problems. This rigorous instruction differentiates Madison from others in the field and allows her to provide the highest quality of service to patients.