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Madison Zaletel

Post Doctoral Clinician

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Hello! I’m Madison Zaletel (She/Her). I recently graduated with my doctorate in psychology and I am pursuing licensure requirements through Kimel Psychological Services to become a licensed psychologist. I am passionate and have experience supporting neurodiverse and neurotypical teens and young adults with navigating their anxiety, depression, and social relationships so that they can feel confident in themselves and day-to-day interactions. At KPS I provide individual therapy for neurodiverse clients and their families as well as clients experiencing mood disorders. I take a system-based, multi-modal approach to therapy to ensure my clients feel safe, comfortable, and heard. I use a strengths-based focus and individualized approach because I believe in growing and empowering those aspects of ourselves in order to work through and better understand areas for growth. In addition, I provide social skills groups for pre-teens and teens who are neurodiverse and find interacting with their peers challenging and/or anxiety inducing, so that they can have the skills and confidence to interact and engage with their peers. 

Background: I graduated with my Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of California Santa Cruz. I received my Master’s degree in School Psychology and Doctorate of Psychology degree from the University of Colorado Denver. I am a Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP), licensed by the Colorado Department of Education. My training has focused on identifying and supporting students and their families with disabilities in the school environment through the use of assessments and applying best evidence-based interventions. My  clinical training has focused on supporting individuals with mood disorders, ASD, and/or trauma. I am currently certified in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy.


In my free time,  I enjoy camping with friends, reading fiction books, and playing with my dog, Bruce.

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