Award winning and internationally recognized Dr. Stephen Madigan is viewed as one of the best therapists in Vancouver. He is universally considered as a highly gifted individual and couples counselling marriage and family therapist.
He was one of the youngest, best Canadian Counselors to receive a PhD in Marriage and Couple Therapy.
Dr. Madigan was awarded a “Top five conference clinical presenter” by The American Association.
Dr. Madigan continues to train hundreds of therapists each year throughout the world. His work has been highlighted and cited in scores of international publications, books and journals.
Stephen Madigan is a master – of which there are VERY few! His work with clients is astounding and represents some of the best therapeutic work I have witnessed over the course of my 40 year career.Jon Carlson, PhD, Chicago, Illinois, APA Award Winning Distinguished Professor of Psychology. Author of 35 books and 150 articles on psychotherapy.
Stephen Madigan loves a good question. His therapeutic approach brings forth questions to your life and relationships that you would never dream of asking yourself. His therapy is full of rigour and imagination, tenacity and creativity.Imelda McCarthy PhD, Fifth Province Therapy Centre, Dublin, Ireland.
Stephen’s therapeutic approach offers an entirely new way of working with couples. He’ll assist you whether you are planning to split up or intending to stay together. I highly suggest you and your partner go and see him for couple therapy – simply because your relationship will receive an amazing new understanding of what’s possible!Vicky Dickerson PhD, an Francisco, California, received the 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award For Therapy from the American Family Therapy Academy. She is the author of the book If Problems Talked.
Stephen Madigan is an incredibly gifted and wildly skilled therapist (he’s also a great theoretician and writer). If I needed personal help I’d go and see Stephen!David Nylund, PhD , Sacramento, California. Professor of Social Work and author of Narrative with Children, and Treating Huckleberry Finn: Working With Kids Diagnosed ADD/ADHD.
Stephen Madigan’s Vancouver therapy works! It is very supportive of couples. I refer my Canadian based clients to him and the feedback has always been excellent!Michelle Weiner Davis, MSW, Boulder, Colorado Author of the best selling book Divorce Busting
Stephen Madigan is a clinician and human being of the highest integrity. His work is all about helping people claim and re-claim the authority to lead their lives with happiness and purpose. His blending of the personal and political is especially empowering. I highly recommend him!Stephen Gilligan, PhD, San Diego, California Author of Return to Love - a Self Relations Approach to Therapy.
People of Vancouver – you’re lucky to have him! Stephen Madigan’s clinical skill is world class. His creativity and imagination inside the therapy room is highly moving – and believe me – he will move you! Place your life in his capable hands and go see him – today!Bill O'Hanlon, MA , Sante Fe, New Mexico. Regular Oprah guest and author of 18 self help books including Love is a Verb and Do One Thing Different.
Stephen Madigan is not only an incredibly talented man and excellent workshop presenter, he is also a person of integrity who acts in congruence with the ideals he teaches. I speak from personal experience when I say that Stephen often takes the high and difficult ground of questioning the taken for granted actions and theories of mental health while others simply watched. I highly encourage you to go see this great Canadian thinker.Barry Duncan, PhD , Miami, Florida. Co-director, Institute for the Study of Therapeutic Change. Author of The Heroic Client and What's Right with You! Debunking Dysfunction.
Stephen Madigan is very talented and offers a new and innovative perspective on divorce counselling practice. He is that rare highly skilled ethical person who is completely engaging. His therapeutic approach is refreshing to have in our field.Scott D. Miller, PhD , Chicago, Illinois, Director: Institute for the Study of Therapeutic Change and Author of The Heroic Client.