Connie Morlett Madison attended University of Phoenix for her business undergraduate and graduate degree, and later Argosy University for her second graduate degree in Counseling Psychology where she was proudly selected as her Graduation Class Speaker.
Today, Connie is in private practice in Claremont, Ca, where she specializes in Couples Counseling, Trauma, Eating Disorders, Military and Faith-based counseling. She has written, co-developed and facilitates "Healthy Kids Through Peaceful Parenting" a court-approved co-parenting program for separated or divorced parents for the Co-Parenting Center in Whittier, Ca. She is also a public speaker and trainer for a variety of mental health-focused agencies including the San Gabriel Pomona Regional Center, Child Care Alliance Los Angeles, and the Mexican-American Opportunity Foundation, just to name a few.
Ms. Morlett Madison is a bilingual Spanish adjunct professor at Aliento, The Center for Latina/o Communities at Pepperdine University's Graduate School of Education and Psychology (GSEP) where she is also a Clinical Supervisor for bilingual Practicum students in collaboration with local Latinx community-based agencies.
Ms. Morlett Madison enjoys volunteering to support services for our men and women of the armed forces including Vets Journey Home of Wisconsin, Freedom Hearts, women’s support group at Morlett Counseling, and Veterans Without Families through The Southern California Patriot Guard.
Connie is currently a volunteer leader with the California Latinx Psychological Association (CLPA) where she serves as the Early Career Specialist generating opportunities for members, students and new associates alike to launch their clinical careers to serve the needs of the Latinx communities.