About Me






Dr. Madeleine Boskovitz is a psychologist in Houston, Texas; she offers
therapy to children, adolescents, adults,
and families.

Dr. Madeleine Boskovitz received her Doctoral Degree in Counseling Psychology from
the University of Houston. She received her training in evaluation and counseling of
children in the Spring Branch School District, the Houston Independent School
District, and the Chimney Rock Center (CPS). She also received training counseling
adults and families in these locations, the Veterans’ Affairs Medical Center, and the
former Houston Psychotherapy Institute, a training center for therapists practicing
with a diverse population.

Dr. Boskovitz has offered therapy and acculturation classes to the French expatriate
community in Houston (in French, her native language).She also has extensive
experience in consultation with schools, community agencies, and medical personnel
associated with nursing facilities.


In recent years Dr. Boskovitz has taught undergraduate and graduate psychology
courses as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Houston's Fort Bend and UH
Clear Lake campuses.

Dr. Boskovitz holds two other degrees: a Master's Degree in Community Health
Planning/Administration with a minor in Health Education, from the University of
Cincinnati, and an Master's Degree in Literature from the University of California,
Berkeley.


Dr. Boskovitz is a long-standing member of the American Psychological Assn., the
Texas Psycholical Assn., the Houston Psychological Assn., and the Houston
Psychoanalytic Society.