Maudlin and Associates ™
Karen Maudlin
Psy.D., CPCC
Kenneth Davison
Psy.D.
Cindy Takiguchi
LCSW
Manette Galván Turner
LCPC
Robert Gregory
Ph.D.
Daniel Doebler
LCPC
Trevor Simpson
LCPC

Karen Maudlin is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist. She received her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology and her Master's degree from Wheaton College. Dr. Maudlin is an AAMFT (American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy) Approved Supervisor and a clinical member of the American Psychological Association. She has been in clinical practice for 25 years and started Maudlin & Associates in 1992.

Karen is an accomplished author, columnist, and speaker. Her book Sticks & Stones: A Parent and Teacher Guide to Bullying was published in 2002. Karen's specialty areas include marital therapy, leadership assessment, and executive coaching.

Dr. Maudlin, a CPCC (Certified Professional Coactive Coach) has been providing executive coaching since 1998. She, along with Dr. Gregory, developed The Leading Edge™ in 1999, a comprehensive customizable leadership evaluation tool used with both entrepreneurs and corporate executives. As an executive coach, Dr. Maudlin empowers and equips leaders who are either in career transition or are preparing for a vertical move up and desire to enhance their leadership repertoire.

"Time is more valuable than money; spend it only where you get a good return on your investment." -Anonymous

Life is short. This is your one life, your only today. My goal is to equip leaders and couples to maximize the richness and enjoyment of life and work by moving more deeply into one's calling. What I enjoy most is to empower people to better communicate, to increase intimacy, and to solve problems more efficiently and effectively.


From the VP of a Fortune 500 Company:

Karen was only coaching one person: this was unfortunate for our company, fortunate for the one person she did coach. He had a very positive experience. There’s only one word to describe her: fantastic! She met him where he was at, offered valuable tools… He was able to talk with her, give her little information, she would recap what he said and it was like she had been there. The person she coached admired her and respected the relationship they built. Can call her if something was going on and she will take his call.