While exploring her studies while at Baylor, she had the opportunity to experience the interdisciplinary endeavor of the university’s unique medical humanities program that combines the scientific with the often-underemphasized humanitarian aspect of healthcare. This solidified her career path of becoming a LPC-I by combining her scientific and innovative sides with her passion for health and healing.
Bryce-Madison enjoys working with various populations in a variety of settings. While attending SMU, she completed her practicum at the non-profit based Momentous institute. In this setting she worked with children, adolescents, and family units, in which she participated in individual and group therapy. As part of their community outreach team, she provided activity therapy and mindfulness training to elementary and middle school aged children in local Dallas public schools. In addition to her work with children, Bryce-Madison also provided therapy to the LGBTQ community at the Resource Center. She facilitated individual therapy for young adults and a specialized group for homeless, HIV positive, gay males.
When outside of the office, Bryce-Madison enjoys a strong cup of coffee, cooking, and traveling.
“You have brains in your head you have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.”
Dr. Seuss, Oh, The Places You'll Go!