Madeline Levin has 8+ years of experience working at the intersection of the horse world and therapeutic practice. Madeline holds a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Columbia University with a concentration in Spirituality, Mind, and Body Practices. Prior to joining the THS team, she worked with horses in a wide variety of settings, ranging from A-circuit hunter/jumpers to adaptive riding ponies.
Madeline is passionate about data-driven mental health programs incorporating equines and is a supporting researcher on several projects exploring equine interactions in psychotherapy. She is the founder of The GalUp MethodSM, an evidence-based empowerment program for adolescents centered around equine interactions.
When she’s not at the farm, Madeline enjoys hiking, traveling, and spending time with family and friends.