Madison Harman

Get to know Madison

Madison Harman began at Covenant Family Solutions as an undergraduate intern in the Fall of 2019. Since then, she has joined our team full-time as an Administrative Assistant. Madison recently graduated from Mt. Mercy University with honors and is now pursuing her Master’s in marriage and family therapy.


Madison is often one of the first people that individuals see and talk to. She helps answer the phone, guide customers in identifying which service they would like to schedule, and much more. Madison has always wanted to help people work through their challenges. Mental health is interesting to her and she wants to continue to learn more in the field. Especially because mental illness has always been present in her family.

While her goal is to become an LMFT, she is happy to help on the front desk side of things while she goes to school. Not only does she get to be helpful in people’s mental health journeys, but she gets to learn more about the administrative side.

Outside of work, Madison can be found studying, spending time with her husband, family and friends. In addition, she always makes time to exercise because she finds it helps her to feel better.

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