Nicole Madonna received her master’s in Social Work from Fordham University. She has an extensive background in college mental health, program development, training and therapy with adults for the past 20 years. Her clinical focus has been in treating complex trauma including survivors of sexual and interpersonal violence, grief and loss, intersectional identities and the trauma associated with this, work with the LGBT community, (specifically transgender and gender non-conforming individuals) and crisis intervention and assessment. She is bilingual in Spanish and has spent much of her professional life working and living in communities of predominantly Spanish speaking individuals and families. Nicole has an eclectic approach to treating individuals. She incorporates feminist theory, relational cultural theory, and existential and narrative therapy. She is trained in ACT, CBT, and various crisis and trauma response and intervention techniques. She utilizes an intersectional social justice lens to help work with all aspects of the client’s experiences.