We offer services via telehealth and in-person, on the weekends and evenings, and provide care in 36 states!
Education and Experience
Clinical Postdoctoral Fellowship
WellPower Community Mental Health
Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology
University of Denver
Graduate School of Professional Psychology
Masters of Social Work (licensed)
University of Denver
Graduate School of Social Work
B.A. in Cultural Anthropology
EMDR and Complex Trauma Toolkit 2023
EMDR and Ego State Therapy 2023
EMDR for Grief and Loss 2023
EMDR and Disordered Eating 2023
EMDR Basic Training 2022
Complex Trauma Certification Training 2022
Borderline Personality Disorder and Traumatic Attachment 2022
ADHD Clinical Services Provider (ADHD-CCSP) Certificate Course 2022
Helping Trans Clients Reclaim the Body after Trauma 2021
Affirmative Therapy with LGBTQ Individuals 2020
Somatic Experiencing Master Class 2020
Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) 2014
I believe that therapy is an experience that is co-created; the therapist brings their clinical expertise, but you are the true expert on yourself, your story, and the life you want to lead. To support this journey, I take an integrative approach that is tailored to you and what will best support your healing and growth. Theories that I use include cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), systems-based perspectives, and psychodynamic approaches including ego state therapy (EST). I am also trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), which can be a powerful tool for a wide variety of concerns.
My primary area of specialization is in working with adults and young adults who have experienced trauma – including physical or sexual trauma, social ostracization and rejection, exposure to violence or death, or adverse experiences with caregivers or families. With ten years of experience in the mental health field, I also work with people around concerns of depression and anxiety, identity exploration and formulation, sexuality and gender issues, attachment and family of origin issues, personality concerns, and issues within interpersonal relationships.
I approach my work with warmth and compassion and seek to create a therapeutic space that is welcoming, safe, and affirming of all intersecting identities. As a member of the LGBTQIA+ community myself, I highly value the practice of LGBTQIA+ and Gender Affirmative therapy. It is my hope that these elements can empower you to deepen the exploration of who you are and to write the story of who you seek to be.
Molly also holds reduced-fee slots. Please inquire.