Molly is a Clinical Mental Health Counseling (CMHC) intern from UNC-Greensboro, and a member of the counseling honor society, Chi Sigma Iota. She graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill with a B.A. in Public Policy Analysis. Before graduate school, Molly taught Nia, a holistic fitness class influenced by dance, martial arts, and mindfulness. She observed the power of the body-mind-spirit connection in healing which inspired her to go back to school and become a therapist that integrates the cognitive with a somatic (body-based) approach. Molly has supported survivors of intimate partner violence and sexual assault as a volunteer with the Durham Crisis Response Center, and led mindfulness-based women’s empowerment groups. She has also worked with adults experiencing separation or divorce, with young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, as well as with children nurturing their spirituality with hands-on materials (ages 3-12).
Molly’s warmth and enthusiasm helps clients find greater self-acceptance and freedom from concerns like anxiety, ADHD, grief, trauma, religious/spiritual issues, and gender and/or sexual identity. She has completed master’s level classes in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT Skills) and Spiritual and Religious Issues in Counseling and is expect to graduate in December 2023. She is a member of the American Mental Health Counselor Association, and a Black Belt in the Nia Technique. Molly is mom to two young adult kids, one who lives with her in Greensboro, and the other in Chapel Hill.
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