If you are seeking help for yourself or someone you care about, let us join you in your search for understanding, courage, wisdom and healing.
For more information or to schedule an appointment, please contact us at the following...
Cell: (714) 252-3360
Office: (714) 909-1454
232 Harrison Ave., Suite H
Claremont, CA 91711
Connie Morlett Madison, MA
Licensed Marraige and Family Therapist
Clinical Supervisor/Speaker and Trainer
Our approach focuses on adopting healthier and more loving ways to solve problems to live peacefully. Expect us to be professional, honest, and tuned into the strengths that exists in every person. You may uncover old habits and pain that keep playing a role in some areas of your life today that you want to change, but How? That's where we can help you make the shift you want!
Let's work together by tapping into your instinct, personal wisdom and strengths to feel more emotionally balanced and assertive; to live In Love with acceptance, tranquility, trust, joy, and purpose. Are you in?!
Individual Therapy (Adults)
We aim to leave a person, young or grown, feeling heard, supported and self-empowered.
We are committed to professional service and care, always with your best interest in mind.
- Childhood Trauma
- Dating: Mate selection, unrequited love
- Education/Career/Life Guidance
- Immigration: Psychological Evaluations
- Military Related Issues
- Mood Disorders
- Overeating and Weight management
- Pornography Sobriety
- Sexual Compulsion Management
- Post-Traumatic Stress Recovery
- Self Esteem
- Sex Health
- Stress Management
- Thinking Disorders
- Substance & Alcohol Use Assessment
- Victims of Crime Counseling
- Work-Related problems
Relationships, Marital & Premarital
We've all heard that "marriage is hard work" but what is the actual "work" they keep talking about?
Training in the Transformative Couples Therapy™ model of Accelerated Psychodynamic Experiential therapy, couples undergo an experience to "amplify" their capacity go give and receive love; to identify emotions and articulate the desires of their hear that can "mobilize: the couple towards safety, trust, respect and, an ultimately, love. We will gently identify your strengths to begin to reduce the confusion, pain and conflict, and together, increase security, attachment and compassion with each other and the world around you. We'll also use Prepare/Enrich, a relationship assessment tool that identifies and guides solutions for these and other issues:
- Compatibility Questions
- Family of Origin: influence and dynamics
- Problem Solving
- Domestic Violence: Emotional, verbal, physical, sexual
- Infidelity, Trust issues
- Discernment Counseling—Should I stay or should I go?
- Family Plans and Parenting: Collaboration and Your Future
Family Counseling and Parenting: It's about the kids!
We want to know that we are positively influencing the life a child who needs love, safety, guidance, peace and understanding from the adults who care for her including:
- Understanding your child’s development needs, and mental, emotional, social and academic challenges
- Why your child triggers you. How to stay calm, engaged and in charge
- Discipline: Rewards and Consequences
- Helping our teens navigate emotions healthily
- Modeling—how to be your child’s best model
- Joining parents to strengthen parenting
- Using your family history, values and experiences as a strength to feel closer
- How to listen, be heard and improve overall communication
- Ending violence in the home
- Overcoming Trauma: victims of crime, abuse, grief and loss
- Issues related to separations: divorce, death, deportation or deployment
- Blended Families
- Overcoming substance and alcohol abuse of a family member
Public Speaking Events
Quality Start San Bernardino County (QSSB) 2nd Annual Early Childhood Conference
- Topic: Self-Care in Community Leadership—El Autocuidado en
Liderazgo de Servicio a la Comunidad (Simultaneous translation,
St. Lucy’s Priory High School
- Topic: Women’s Wellness Day and speak about Goal Setting. Women’s Wellness Day
The FaCT Annual Conference:
Mental Health Professionals and Community Leadership Training and Development
- Topic: Cultivating a Brighter Future
Connie Morlett Madison, Owner, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Mrs. Morlett Madison holds an undergraduate and graduate degree in business, and later attended Argosy University for her Masters degree in Counseling Psychology where she proudly presented as her Commencement Class Speaker.
Today, Mrs. Morlett Madison provides counseling services for Individual, Family, Couple, and Group in her private practice, Morlett Counseling, in Claremont, Ca. Connie is specialized in Military Service Member and Family mental health, Eating Disorder recovery and Transformative Couples Counseling, including trainer certification for Prepare/ Enrich for pre-post standard or Faith-based marriage counseling. Connie also provides lectures and training for education and mental health professionals for clients such as San Gabriel Pomona Regional Center, Child Care Alliance Los Angeles, and the Mexican-American Opportunity Foundation, just to name a few.
Mrs. Morlett Madison has done clinical supervision in her private practice and for Pepperdine University’s Aliento Bilingual Spanish MFT program for Latino/a Communities studies, and formerly, for Family Preservation in collaboration with the Department of Children and Family Services. Currently, Connie offer clinical supervision for pre-licensed (associate) MFTs in an In/Out patient eating disorder recovery and treatment facility in Claremont, Ca.
Connie has written, co-developed and facilitates "Healthy Kids Through Peaceful Parenting" a court-approved Co-Parenting program for separated or divorced parents at SPIRITT Family Co-parenting Center in Whittier, Ca.
On her off time, you will find Ms. Morlett Madison, an amateur but dedicated Flamenco dancer, enjoys the theatre, live music and Angels games with her friends and family.
2015 Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Board of Behavioral Sciences License LMFT #88711
2014 Tier Three Certified Star Behavioral Military Mental Health Provider, Center for Deployment Psychology
2010 Facilitator, Prepare/Enrich, Premarital, Couples and Marriage Assessment and Counseling
2011 Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology/Marriage Family Therapy Argosy University, Graduate School of Psychology, Orange, CA
2006 Master of Business Administration/Marketing, University of Phoenix, Diamond Bar, CA
2001 Bachelor of Science, Business Management, University of Phoenix, Diamond Bar, CA
1991 Early Childhood Development Education, Glendale Community College, Glendale, CA Training
2015- Present, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist/Clinical Supervisor, Mental Health Public Speaker & Trainer, Morlett Counseling, Private Practice, Claremont, Ca.
2018-Present, Clinical Supervisor, Aliento, Pepperdine University, in collaboration with Open Door Integrative Healing Center, Santa Ana, Ca.
2012-Present, Co-developer and Facilitator in collaboration with Prevention and After Care: for "Co-parenting: Healthy Kids Through Peaceful Parenting", SPIRITT Family Services, Whittier, Ca.
2012-15 Marriage and Family Registered Intern/Group Facilitator, "LightQuest", Lifequest Counseling, Pomona, Ca.
2010-12 Practicum & Marriage and Family Registered Intern, F.A.C.E.S, Fullerton
2010-11 Substance Abuse Counselor, Aegis Medical Systems, Covina
2017-Present, Adjust Professor, Aliento, The Center for Latino/a Communities, Pepperdine University, Graduate School of Education and Psychology
207-Present, Public Speaker & Trainer: Mental Health and Education professionals, multiple Private and Non-profit agencies in Southern California
2012-2017, Staff Supervisor/Executive Board Member, Vets Journey Home, California
2013-16, Substitute/Teacher’s Assistant, Argosy University- Orange, Ca- , MACP/MFT Graduate Program
2010- Present California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT)
2011-Present California Latino Psychological Association (CLPA)
2010-2011 California Association of Addiction Recovery Resources (CAARR)
Coparenting- SPIRITT Family Services, "Healthy Kids Through Peaceful Co-parenting"
In collaboration with SPIRITT Family Centers, the Co-Parenting Workshop is a 2-Day certification to meet court mandated requirements in high conflict divorces and child custody cases.
Location: 8000 Painter Ave., Whittier, Ca 90602
Dates: Typically, last weekend of odd months (Jan, March, May, etc)—call (714) 252-3360 to register or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Cost: No fee for families within certain Los Angeles zip codes. Call to find out if you qualify or visist www.spirittcoparenting.com
Freedom Hearts: A support group for military veteran, active-duty and reservists women.
Our Mission is to Enrich Lives Through Friendship & Support
Please join us in a safe and comfortable place for military veteran women to share their unique and valuable experiences.
Expect to gain the tools and resources to cope with everyday challenges. Have fun and enjoy classes, discussions and group activities.
This group meets every 2nd Friday of the month. No Cost. Open group. All interested veteran women are welcome.
Location and Time: Morlett Counseling, 232 Harrison Avenue, Ste H. Claremont, Ca 91711. Call (714) 252-3360, Connie Morlett, or Co-Group Leader and Army Veteran, Nancy Esquivel at (626) 215-2840
Professional Development for Education and Mental Health professionals. Focusing on leadership, self-care and providing optimum care for our clients and students and their families. Workshops include:
A Strength-Based Approach to Service: LEARN HOW TO INTERACT WITH THOSE WE SERVE THROUGH A STRENGTH-BASED LENS AND HOW TO DIFFUSE DIFFICULT SITUATIONS
Be Extraordinary! Be you!: THE SERVANT'S LEADER'S TOOL-KIT TO SELF-CARE AND EXCELLENCE
A Purpose-focused Approach to Setting Goals: DEFINING SUCCESS AND PURPOSE THAT IS MEANINGFUL AND ACHIEVABLE
Self Care for the Community Service Professional: It’s About You and That’s Ok!: A HOLISICT APPROACH TO SELF-CARE AND GOING BEYOND THE EXTERNAL TO UNDERSTAND OUR HELPER-CORE, MOTIVATION AND PSYCHE
Relationship Development Workshop for Catholic and Christian Churches: This three-part series workshop is designed for the enrichment of individuals, marriages, parents and families of the Catholic faith. Your parishioners will enjoy learning about their family, communication, love and faith in an informative, informal yet dynamic format. Available in English and Spanish.
Marriage Development: What is Consummate Love?
Peaceful Parenting: What does it mean to be a Peaceful Parent?
Family Development: Changing Outdated Blueprints --What is your family’s “story"?
Prepare Enrich: Couple's Assessment and Enrichment Workshop Series
To learn more or to make a reservation for your staff/members, call (714) 252-3360 or e-mail email@example.com for rates and dates both state and nationwide.
Certificate: American Hypnosis Association: Trauma Recovery / 26678 Year: 2019
Certificate: American Hypnosis Association: Healing Inner Child / 266611 Year: 2019