Jeanette Madkins PhD, ABPP
Dr. Madkins’ practice is primarily focused on perinatal mental health, the pregnancy/ postpartum experience for women, and trauma. Her work includes treatment of perinatal OCD and perfectionism in the perinatal period as well as OCD outside of the perinatal period.
Dr. Madkins is a licensed and Board Certified Counseling Psychologist. She is trained as a generalist psychologist, with specialty training in perinatal mental health, reproductive psychology, and OCD. Dr. Madkins uses the evidence-based approaches of Exposure and Response Prevention, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Cognitive Processing Therapy to treat perinatal anxiety/ OCD and trauma. She has trained with Postpartum Support International and she is a graduate of the International OCD Foundation’s Behavior Therapy Training Institute (BTTI). Following BTTI, Dr. Madkins completed an additional 27 hours of training in Exposure and Response Prevention through Prevention through the Cognitive Behavior Institute.
Dr. Madkins practices from a culturally humble and responsive framework, honoring each patient’s unique life experiences that influence functioning and wellness.
Dr. Madkins has presented on self-reflective and experiential training practices related to culturally responsive clinical work at local, state, and national conferences, including the 2013 National Multicultural Conference & Summit and the 2017 Texas A&M University Social Justice in College Counseling Conference. She presented on anti-racist clinical work with BIPOC perinatal patients at the 2021 University of Texas Perinatal Mental Health Conference and facilitated an interactive workshop on cultural narratives at the 2021 Annual Convention of the Texas Psychological Association. Dr. Madkins’ recent committee service includes serving on the Racial Justice Task Force for the Texas Psychological Association from 2020-2022.