Welcome to my page. I'm thrilled to connect with you and excited to team up with you to help you reach your therapy goals.
I see you as awesome, brimming with wisdom and inner strength. I believe in your unique experiences and instincts to guide us in your therapy, so you can make those big changes you crave and totally deserve.
Get ready for some straight-up honesty, a curious mind, and a healthy dose of humor. I'm here to listen to you, put your heart first, and make sure your mind and voice are heard loud and clear.
Connie Morlett Madison, MA
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Lic. 88711
CAMFT Certified Supervisor
Us Humans, we are messy, and transitions are scary:break-ups, illness or death of a loved one, career demands, eating, weight & body concerns; dating, parenting, divorce, extended family...these often come with layers of emotions, thoughts and sensations (stress, anxiety, depression, confusion, "stuckness").
Together, as quickly as the first session, we begin to use these emotions to inform and transform! Emotions can be wise. Reconnecting your creativity and loving wisdom to problem solve can be most healing!
Dating, Pre-Marriage, LGBTQ+, Culturally diverse, Religious, Spiritual, & married couples
So often couples arrive to therapy feeling frustrated, broken-hearted or lost, feeling distant, uncertain and unable to communicate with one another with kindness, respect and love.
Trained in Transformative Couples Therapy® (TCT), I help couple partners learn new ways to connect with each other with compassion, understanding and results.You will each learn to access your individual emotions such as anger, fear, loneliness or sadness and express these safely along with your most important desires and longings.
As your therapist, I guide and support each effort with detailed attention to your language, nervous system, thinking process, and emotional responses to help restore you and your relationship to the strengths and qualities it already possesses.
FAMILy, siblings, parent-Child, blended
We are all in this together. But what if our family is too close or too disconnected? What if there are no boundaries between family members or no room to be yourself and still be loved and accepted?
Family therapy aims to increase the safety and motivation to start communicating and problem solving in a new way that bring you the love you deserve—with more patience, kindness and creativity. Together, you’ll learn new tools to be more intimate with each other while respecting and meeting one another’s needs.
active duty, veteran, reservists, and their spouses, regardlessof member’s DD-214 status
Whether on a military installation, in person or via telehealth, working with active duty, Reservists, and veteran service men and women is my honor and privilege.
I am trained in PTSD assessment and treatment, CPT (Cognitive Processing Therapy), head injury recovery (TBI), substances recovery support, insomnia, pre and post deployment and reintegration into civilian home and work life through the Center for Deployment Psychology headquartered at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences.
I am the step-daughter of a US Air Force Master Sergeant (Vietnam-Persian Gulf), and now humbly offer my services to military families across California.
Clinical Supervision Services
I offer CAMFT Clinical Supervision consultation for the licensed mental health professional who has high standards for the quality of care they offer in their supervision. Call me to discuss your clinical and case consultation needs and goals.
Monthly Consult per hour fee: $100
Public Speaking Engagements, KeyNote Speaker, Lectures
Bring an innovative, inspiring and practical workshop, lecture or presentation to your agency, non-profit center or facility for Staff Development. In-person presentation, and customized curriculum available to meet your organization's unique needs.
Fee: Call for a quote.
The FacT Annual Conference
Mental Health Professionals and Community
Leadership Training and Development
INSURANCE & FEE
Accepted Insurance Plans
Cigna and Evernorth
MHN | Health Net
UnitedHealthcare UHC | UBH
Out of Network (Superbill for reimbursements)
Couples and Family
Pay Methods:Cash, Check, Zelle and via Private Patient Portal (Therapymate)
Forgot your User Name? Send me a text or e-mail.I do not have access to your Password but you can reset it anytime.
Clients can book appointments on the Full Hour, e.g. (2 pm, 4 pm)
Bookings can be made up to Two (2) months in advance
Clients can book within 48 hours of their desired Start Time.If you wish to book "same/next-day" appointment or if you see an opening you prefer or you wish to cancel/reschedule your appointment but the Portal did not allow you, text or e-mail me. I am happy to search for scheduling options.
We understand that sometimes schedule adjustments are necessary. A No Call/No Show or Cancellations without a 24 hours notice require a cancellation fee.
Kindly post your Copays and Fees the same day of your appointment.
Be completely humble and gentle; be patient, bearing with one another in love~ Ephesians 4:2-4
Tel : (714) 252-3360
232 Harrison Avenue, Ste H
Parking available in the rear
Connie Morlett Madison is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, (State of California, Board of Behavioral Sciences, LMFT # 88711).Connie is a native Spanish speaker, Supervisor and Professional Public Speaker based in Claremont, California. She holds a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Argosy University (2011). She owns a private practice working under the framework of Liberation Psychologies that focuses on reclaiming one’s lived experiences, stories, resilience, and female affirmative liberation or mujerismo to lift one’s culture, psyche, self, and community towards fairness, equality, and justice. She specializes in Couples Counseling, Trauma-informed transformative group therapy, recovery from disordered eating, and Military Family Life Counseling for service members.
To engage in social justice action and training the next generation of psychologist, Connie provides culturally focused clinical supervision and training as a Certified Clinical Supervisor from the California Marriage and Family Therapist Association (CAMFT). She is an adjunct professor of Multicultural Counseling at the University of La Verne in California, and teaches at Aliento, The Center for Latina/o Communities at Pepperdine University's Graduate School of Education and Psychology (GSEP). Here, the focus is on cultural and linguistic responsiveness to promote inclusivity, activismo and awareness towards deconstructing oppression, sexism, racism and discrimination through mental health access and community-based acompañamiento.
Continuing her dedication to supporting mental health for all, Connie subscribes and supports Artivismo (music, dance, art, film) by integrating, guest speaking or consulting on mental health mediums created by indigenous, international and local artists.She also hosts a professional group designed to give affirming space for women in the healing arts. In these community roles, Connie helps generate opportunities for multicultural clinical therapists, students, associates and newly licensed clinicians to launch their clinical careers and serve the needs of our diverse communities.