Molly is a graduate of Georgia Southern University where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Psychology and her Master of Education in Counselor Education. She is a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC) and is currently working towards full licensure. Molly has practiced counseling in the public school system, where she worked with adolescents presenting with academic concerns and students in the foster care system. During her internship, she worked in community mental health counseling for adults in substance abuse recovery. She has experience working with a diverse age range and presenting concerns including substance abuse and recovery, anxiety, depression, grief, and trauma.
Molly’s approach to counseling is rooted in person-centered theory. She integrates cognitive-behavioral, feminist, multicultural, and reality theory into her counseling. Molly believes that clients are the experts of themselves and aims to empower them as they begin their journey of change.
Outside of counseling, Molly enjoys spending her free time outdoors near the water or spending time with her family, friends, and dog. She loves music, reading, and art and integrating each into her work as a counselor.
* Bipolar Disorder
* Gay/lesbian issues
* Gender identity
* Grief & Loss
* Substance Abuse
* Women’s Issues