With a Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University, Madisen Siegel currently works as an intern in private practice under the supervision of Jessica Frankel, PsyD. Not only does she have training in sensorimotor psychotherapy but, as a former preschool teacher and camp director, she also has a longtime passion for working with children and adolescents. With nearly a decade of childhood development experience under her belt, she has a comprehensive range of hands-on experience that has given her the necessary tools to effectively support children, adolescents, adults, and families in need of therapeutic services.
Coping mechanisms and emotional clarity for children and adolescents
Dynamic treatment of anxiety disorders
Helping caretakers cope with overexertion, stress, and anxiety
Working with preschool age children and parents around separation
Social stress for teenage girls
My style is warm, attentive, and thoughtful. I strive to create a safe space by establishing mutual respect and trust; there is nothing more important than my clients feeling comfortable. With comfort being key, I strongly believe that therapy does not always have to revolve around problems and negative emotions. Instead, I hope my clients look at each session as an opportunity to understand themselves better, find solutions to their struggles, and maybe even laugh a little because, after all, there is nothing wrong with lightening the mood on your journey to becoming a healthier, happier version of yourself.
Madisen can be reached at (310) 713-2890
Madisen Siegel (MFTi 95510) is an associate marriage and family therapist supervised by Dr. Jessica Frankel (Psy26356). Madisen has currently finished all of her practice hours.