grow upward

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“Grow Upward was an experience that changed my life. Through Madison’s guidance, I learned to work through childhood trauma using a variety of strategies that I had never learned before, and use them to begin healing my inner child. I was able to lean on strong women who wanted to do the work with me, and I formed irreplaceable bonds with them. Following Grow Upward, we continue to both support and hold each other accountable as we embark on this lifelong healing journey. I am forever grateful to Madison for her encouragement, teaching, acceptance, and positivity. Grow Upward is a chance to take control of your life and happiness. Do the work, let yourself be vulnerable, and come out on the other side a changed woman.”

— Jenna B.

“Thank you so much Madison for your bravery, strength, resilience and unapologetically owning who you are and what you’ve been through. This entire process has inspired me so much to accept myself more, face my scars and push through the pain because there is peace on the other side.”

— Kayla O.

“I came to this program with a lot of pain. Madison and her teachings in Grow Upward have given me tools to allow myself to navigate this pain and set boundaries with the ones who have caused it. While this healing is ongoing, Grow Upward brought to my eyes what I need more of in my life!”

— Paige W.

“Madison led this women’s group with grace, organization, and encouragement. She set the tone for the inclusive, positive environment that made Grow Upward a community which allowed people who were complete strangers beforehand to open up and be excited to do deep-rooted inner child work. I am now standing by what I need to feel fulfilled and at peace. I am so excited to carry on the new tools I’ve learned in Grow Upward.”

— Madlen G.

“Self-love and awareness is about tending to the innermost parts of ourselves, the flowers that are wilting and in the dark. Madison gives you the tools to tend to those flowers, to nourish them with love, words and sunlight. In Grow Upward, she supports you on your journey to healing, watching you blossom each step of the way.”

— Bekah A.

“Madison doesn’t just teach. She shares and walks every step of the way with you. I never imagined such a shift in my life in just one month, but I was happily surprised with how much progress I made on my healing journey. I came out of Grow Upward with a toolbox of healthy and productive ways to overcome. I came out of this course strong.”

— Anna I.

“Madison’s Grow Upward course was the first step I needed to take to get through all of the pain I’ve felt in my life. I’ve always gotten over it, but never through it. She helps you along the way and gives tools in practical ways to begin healing. It is a judgement free space where you can be whoever you are openly and let yourself be a better you. The person you were made to be.”

— Alice W.

“If you have been fortunate enough to work with Madison, then you know what a passionate, dedicated, kind and curious teacher and human being she is. Madison gives all of her heart and soul to Grow Upward for the sheer purpose of trying to make you a happier and healthier woman.”

— Sara S.

“In Grow Upward I found new friendships, self growth, and a fantastic leader in Madison. I now have tools to take care of myself and my inner child, and better understand the dynamics of my relationships and my attachment style. Even though the work is never done, I feel so much stronger than I did before this program. Madison is an excellent leader, teacher and has such a caring and smart way about her. Thank you for teaching me how to better live this thing called life.”

— Reilly W.

“What I got most out of Grow Upward was an understanding that everyone has trauma, and it doesn’t always look the same. I have such a stronger understanding of how my attachment style and qualifiers have shaped my sense of self after completing this program with Madison. This course is a no-pressure opportunity to better one’s self.”

— Kara R.