Madeline’s compassion, curiosity, and mindfulness are at the core of her client relationships. She offers therapeutic space for children, families, and individuals that centralizes racial, cultural, and intergenerational trauma, attachment needs, and emotional awareness.
If you, your family, or child are experiencing anxiety, behavioral challenges, conflict, fear, or grief, individual, family, and play therapy are powerful options to help you, your child, and your family heal and grow together. The participation of parents and primary caregivers in the healing process is especially meaningful, as these are the most influential figures in a child’s life. Madeline encourages this participation in her practice, and will ask for your collaboration in fostering communication and balance in your family’s lives.
Madeline has experience and training working with children and adults who have experienced childhood sexual abuse, attachment ruptures, and other forms of trauma. Her style is sincere and empathetic. Like you, Madeline contains multitudes. She is a parent, a spouse, a child, a sibling, a friend, a client, a student, and a teacher. And like you, she exists in the world seeking communion and connection within her relationships. In your sessions with Madeline, you may expect laughter, tears, emotional warmth, and transparency.
Madeline works with children (3-18), families, couples, and adult individuals. In addition to ongoing training in Mindfulness-Based Play Family Therapy at the Family and Play Therapy Center, and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy she also has training in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction from the Myrna Brind Center for Mindfulness at Jefferson University. Madeline is currently training to become a Registered Play Therapist.
Fees: $ – $$$
Ms. Hoch is willing to talk with new clients about the potential for a lower hourly rate dependent on that client’s income; please reach out by phone or email to have a discussion with her.