Madison Carr, LMSW is a provisionally licensed clinical social worker with a Masters of Social Work from Valdosta State University and a Bachelors of Social Work from the University of Georgia. Madison brings several years of experience from working with diverse cultures and individuals with differing backgrounds, specifically women and teenagers who are survivors of abuse. She focuses on providing solutions to individuals who may be struggling with depression or who are seeking comfort in times of great stress or grief. She has the ability to offer unique counseling for anyone who may be seeking a Christian perspective, and with this comes the belief that no situation is too hopeless, and healing can be found even in the darkest of circumstances. She also strives to provide clients with a safe space to talk about life struggles without the fear of being judged. Her hope for her practice is to be able to help her clients feel connected and provide insight by integrating a variety of treatments suited for the individual by meeting them where they are. Madison’s passion is working with people of all ages who may be struggling with depression, anxiety, abuse, trauma, family issues, marriage issues, and general life stress.