Madison Rowohlt, MA, LAC, CCTP Licensed Psychotherapist Madison Rowohlt, LAC, is a Licensed Psychotherapist and Certified Clinical Trauma Professional who specializes in working with tweens, teens, and young adults struggling with symptoms relating to: trauma, anxiety, mood disorders, behavioral concerns, interpersonal difficulties, and life transitions. With experience in the school setting, Madison has advanced training supporting youth through identity exploration, self-injury, and substance related issues. As a therapist, Madison meets clients where they are at and utilizes a strength-based, trauma-informed, collaborative approach. Her treatment method is grounded in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Motivational Interviewing (MI). While integrating mindfulness and humor, Madison seeks to empower those she works with to lead emotionally healthy and fulfilling lives through a combination of evidence-based treatment and clients’ personal goals and objectives. She believes in the power of a strong therapeutic alliance to cultivate resilience and promote acceptance and change. Madison is currently a full-time Doctoral Student in Montclair State University’s Counseling Psychology PhD program. She earned both her Bachelor of Arts in criminology and Master of Arts in counseling at The College of New Jersey, where she focused on working with youth through a social-justice based lens.