Madeline Moran

Madeline Moran,

LPCI, NCC,Ed.S

Education Specialist
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Is something holding you back from reaching your goals? Do food and weight feel like they control your life? Asking for help is a difficult step, but Madeline is here to guide you on your road to recovery. As a person-centered therapist, she is committed to joining with you as you navigate the difficulties that life and relationships can bring.

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Madeline works with teens, families, and adults on issues like eating and body image distress, relationship building, childhood trauma, life transitions, depression, anxiety, and grief. She collaborates with you in a healing therapy relationship where you feel heard and understood, and your needs are met.

She previously practiced in Austin, TX, primarily working with clients with disordered eating concerns. Madeline practices from a non-diet, Health at Every Size perspective, and is committed to meeting you where you are on your recovery journey. Her counseling is non-judgmental, body-positive, and recovery-focused.

She graduated from the University of South Carolina with a master’s degree in Marriage and Family Counseling, as well as a graduate certificate in Addiction Treatment.

The counseling process is full of hope, growth, and positive goal setting. Asking for help may be difficult, but receiving help can be life-changing.

    Madeline Moran
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    New Hope Counseling & Wellness Center

    The guiding principle of New Hope Counseling and Wellness Center, LLC is to empower and provide individuals and families with the skills they need to be nourished, healed, and restored in order to pursue a life filled with joy and hope. We offer faith-based services for those wishing to include their spirituality as a component in their sessions. While we offer faith-based counseling as one method to achieve this mission, we strive to provide a safe, compassionate, and professional environment for everyone. We do not discriminate, shame or judge and strive to provide quality care to all regardless of religion, gender, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, national origin, age, weight, physical or mental ability, and marital status.