Madison Trice Hollis
She/Her/HersLicensed Professional Counselor, LPC Master of Arts, MA Specialties • Insurance & Fees • Locations
Madison Hollis (she/her/hers) is a LPC located in Austin, Texas. She primarily works with older adolescents (16-18) and adults (18-50) experiencing issues associated with trauma, depression, anxiety, family dysfunction, anger management, and life transitions. Madison also enjoys exploring spirituality and existential topics with client's who may feel stuck in their identity development or life path. Madison is a sex-positive therapist and has experience in working with challenges associated with LGBTQIA+ identity, non-monogamous relationships, and kink.
Madison incorporates skills and techniques from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Transpersonal theory, Humanistic theory, and a Person-Centered approach. The foundation of behaviorism is acknowledging that our thoughts and the way we process the world around us influences the way that we act and react in our day to day lives. A person-centered approach aligns with the idea that the way you see the world is unique to you, and plays a large role in the way that you heal and grow.
Madison take's time in establishing rapport and building trust in the therapeutic relationship so that deep and meaningful work is able to come naturally. In therapy, Madison is direct and light-hearted, while maintaining a safe space for collaboration, honesty, and transparency. Madison views the client/clinician relationship as equals as she walks alongside you on your therapeutic journey. For this reason, Madison develops the treatment plan openly with the client and decisions are made together.
Madison earned her BA in Psychology from the University of Arizona with a minor in Family Studies and Human Development. She went on to earn her MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Denver. Outside of private practice, Madison enjoys dancing at live music events, traveling with her partner, and loving her two cats.
Depression - Providing support and promoting healing of hopelessness, low motivation and energy, sadness, irritability, sleep disturbance, and loss of interest and pleasure in life
Anxiety - Coping with excessive worry, nervousness, or stress; intense discomfort in social settings (social anxiety); sudden and intense feelings of panic (panic disorder)
Life transitions - Coping with difficult or impactful life changes, such as moving to a new area, relationship transitions, child rearing, or career changes; learning self-care to better manage resulting stress
Identity development - Understanding, accepting, and strengthening one’s sense of self through the exploration of family, work, and personal values; addressing issues such as, race, class, gender, and sexual orientation, in the context of self experience
Trauma - Coping and healing after threatening or scary events, such as witnessing accidents or experiencing sexual, verbal, emotional, or physical abuse
Relationship issues - Understanding one’s wants and needs in relationships; exploring patterns of interaction, addressing concerns, and strengthening satisfaction in relationships and dating
Madison Hollis is not in-network with any insurances.
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Years of Experience: 5 years
Sun and Moon Counseling, LPC , 2022 - Present
Luminary Counseling PLLC, LPC-Associate, 2019 - 2022
Lifeworks Austin, Resolution Counselor, 2019 - 2020
Altered States Integration, Psychedelic Harm Reduction: Working with Altered Spaces Training, 2020
University of Denver, MA Clinical Mental Health Counseling, 2019
Jefferson Center for Mental Health, Family Systems Theory Training, 2018
University of Arizona, BA Psychology, Minor Family Studies and Human Development, 2016