Session Rate: $80/hour + Travel Fee for Outcalls
Madelon’s life mission is to discover, practice and share continually more effective ways of putting love into action. She is dedicated to the inalienable right to express love in the way we choose to and her work is about bringing greater awareness to this choice in each moment. Madelon works steadily as a professional cuddler and is a pioneer in this emerging field. She is a certified Cuddle Party facilitator and trainer as well as a member of their board of director’s. She is the founder of Truthful Touch Productions as well as Co-Founder and Director of Training for Cuddlist.com. This year she will be facilitating Foundations of Facilitation workshops for Cuddle Party around the country.
She is a professional communication coach and practical instructor for medical students and healthcare professionals in Chicago. Her education includes a degree in Communication Studies from Northwestern University and she is highly trained as a facilitator in the Work of Byron Katie. Madelon is a student of life who is always leaning into her next edge of growth. She is grateful for who you are and all the ways you express love in your life!
Session information from Madelon
I conduct my sessions on my (huge!) cuddle couch. I light candles and play Pandora (your artist request or preference for silence is appreciated). We begin by creating a comfortable consensual communication agreement and allow individual preferences to guide us from there. In addition to cuddling I focus on empowering my clients to identify and speak their wants and needs. Cuddling can be cozy personal growth work! my goal is always to support you in the next step toward more satisfying connections in the rest of your life-especially with yourself. I have a cat who lives with me (in case you have allergies) but will not be in our cuddle space. I am located near the intersection of Western and Belmont Avenues near Avondale and Roscoe Village. I’m accessible by public transit. Parking is free but one may need to walk a block or so on evenings or weekends. I have stairs in my location and am not handicap accessible.