Jordan Madison

Graduate Assistant, Family Science
Campus: UMD | Building: School of Public Health | Room: 1142 SPH
Phone: 301-405-3672 |

Jordan Madison (GA for the Center of Academic Success and Achievement) is a second-year Couple and Family Therapy masters student from Brooklyn, New York.  She received her Bachelors of Arts in Psychology from Spelman College in May 2016.  While at Spelman she was president of a mental health organization called PEPers (Peer Education Programmers), which aimed to reduce the mental health stigma on campus. She was also the community service chair in the campus chapter of her sorority, participated in the Howard Hughes Medical Institute Research Assistant Program, and was a member of Psi Chi International Honors Society and the Honors Program at Spelman. Now at the University of Maryland, she is excited to learn and grow from her training in the Couple and Family Therapy program.  Her clinical interests are in reducing the stigma around mental health in minorities and maintaining healthier couple and family relationships.  Ultimately, she aims to have a private practice dedicated to healing others and building stronger families. She sees family as the foundation, and believes having healthier families would lead to having healthier individuals.  Her hobbies include listening to music, reading, yoga, shopping, spending time with family and friends, knitting and watching movies.