Madeline Brodt

Assistant Professor, Counseling and Counseling Psychology at Oklahoma State University

Madeline has been passionate about the protecting and advancing rights of marginalized people for most of her life. As such she has been involved in activism at a young age and infuses this passion into her professional work. She attended DePaul University with a focus on Psychology and minors in history and Italian. She holds an MS and PhD from University of Massachusetts Boston. Personally, Madeline is married to her wonderful partner, Bob. She also has a dog, Daisy Monsoon, and is always happy to share a picture of her. In her free time, she enjoys reading, throwing pottery, drag, cooking, and baking.

Impact on the world


Individual and group clinical experiences

Activism and Leadership

Working for social justice by creating change


Enhancing our understanding of the world


Contributing to the future of psychology

Curriculum Vitae

Madeline at a glance

Get in touch

School Office
Oklahoma State University
Community Health Sciences, Counseling & Counseling Psychology
433 Willard Hall Stillwater, OK 74075