Madeline DeBoer, M.A., LMSW
Madeline (Maddi) DeBoer holds her Masters of Social Work and is licensed in the state of Iowa. Maddi specializes in working with clients who struggle with generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), anxiety related to life adjustments and stressors, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), and specific phobias. She strives to deliver compassionate and effective treatment to clients using evidenced based approaches.
Maddi received her B.S. in psychology at the University of Northwestern, St. Paul and her M.A. in social work from the University of Northern Iowa, where she extensively studied trauma-informed and evidenced-based practices. She completed her master’s-level internships at St. Luke’s Hospital and Tanager Place in Cedar Rapids, IA. Since she received her license and degree, Maddi has worked in a variety of clinical settings running partial hospitalization and therapy groups and practicing individual and family therapy. She made the transition to a private group practice a year ago and thrives in helping clients find ways to successfully manage their specific anxieties. Maddi is also a certified yoga teacher.
Maddi is a professional member of the International OCD Foundation (IOCDF).
Keys to Living
St. Luke's Hospital
Masters of Social Work,
Trauma-Informed Practice Specialization
University of Northern Iowa
B.S. in Psychology
University of Northwestern, St. Paul
St. Luke's Hospital and
St. Luke's Child Protection Center