Madison Myrick Bio

Madison Myrick is a clinical social worker and psychotherapist with eight years of various experiences. During her career in social work, Madison has worked throughout Washington, DC, particularly in Wards 7 & 8 for nearly a decade.  

After graduating from Howard University, Madison started her career journey working with adults struggling with homelessness and substance use. She then transitioned into DC Public Schools, providing therapeutic services to children and families. Madison’s work has also taken her to the Hawaii Department of Education to provide therapeutic and behavioral interventions. Currently, Madison is a psychotherapist and Clinical Supervisor at Smile Therapy Services, LLC, supervising therapists in the District of Columbia’s Mayor’s mental health school-based initiative.

Focusing on major life transitions, trauma, PTSD, depression, anxiety, relationship issues, interpersonal conflicts, and military transitions, Madison works collaboratively with individuals to heal old wounds and alter their perspective into positive thinking patterns. Madison also specializes in supervision and consultation. Her therapeutic approach combines cognitive-behavioral, humanistic, and solution - focused therapy. She is passionate about helping individuals reach their fullest potential and committed to making their therapeutic experience holistic, productive, and positive.

Madison is also a wife, new mother, a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, was a dancer with a prominent NFL team and loves home décor.  Madison has been able to apply her creativity and knowledge of wellness in all aspects. She believes a strong state of wellness, can help anyone thrive through adversity.