Maddy Cope, BS, PhD Candidate in Counseling Psychology
Maddy is currently completing her Ph.D in Counseling Psychology at BYU. She previously earned a B.S. in psychology from BYU. She has experience working with adolescents who experience Autism Spectrum Disorder in residential treatment facilities. Maddy has also worked with the general college population at BYU’s Counseling Center. Maddy works with adolescents and adults. She uses a cognitive behavioral therapy called Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and takes into account interpersonal factors in therapy. She works to help clients achieve greater psychological flexibility in order to live a more rich and full life. She works with individuals who experience depression, anxiety, career concerns, compulsive behavior, and trauma/abuse. Maddy also works with LGBTQ+ individuals as well as individuals who would like to reduce pornography use or masturbation.