Molly feels that it is an honor to be a part of the healing journey of adolescents and their families. Having a passion for supporting youth and families, Molly chose to earn her Master of Arts Degree in Mental Health Counseling from Asbury Theological Seminary. Molly has experience in both mental health and substance use treatment, providing group and individual therapy as well as case management. Molly also has experience working with emerging adults in the college setting as they navigate the challenges of academic, social and familial stress on the way achieving their goals. Molly believes that working with the family system is the key to unlocking the limitless potential inside of each adolescent she has the privilege of working with, and utilizes a variety of relational, person-centered, and cognitive approaches to support the process. Molly also has experience volunteering with the Special Olympics and has extensive training on working with youth that has been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Having a down-to-earth approach, Molly provides practical tools that clients and families are able to apply outside of the therapy office.