Contracted Licensed Mental Health Counselor

Molly graduated in 2016 from the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas, with a master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and a focus in play therapy for children. 

Molly began her counseling career working as a Child and Family Therapist at a local community mental health agency, where she was able to help children, adolescents, and caregivers who were struggling with an array of social, emotional, and behavioral issues. At this agency, Molly gained valuable experience working on a specialized team which focused on helping children and teenagers who experienced sexual abuse and other complex traumas. During this time, Molly also co-created a therapeutic preschool program aimed to address children’s complex emotional needs within the classroom setting. Molly is certified as a Developmental Disability Mental Health Specialist in the state of Washington.  

Molly has experience working with people across the life span, including children ages 3-12, pre-teens and teenagers, and adults in various stages of life.

In her work with children, Molly uses developmentally appropriate modalities, such as play therapy, activity therapy, and expressive arts in order to help clients reduce symptoms, develop coping strategies, and increase positive feelings of self-worth.


Molly is also trained in Child-Parent Relationship Therapy (CPRT), which is a parent training modality aimed to enhance and strengthen the parent-child relationship through improved family interactions and problem-solving strategies. CPRT will be offered periodically in a class format; however, individual CPRT can always be requested. 

In addition to talk and play therapy, Molly offers EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) therapy. EMDR is a highly effective form of trauma treatment that can help people heal from overwhelming life events that contribute to chronic stress and emotional and physical distress.  

When not in the office assisting people in their healing process, Molly enjoys spending time in nature, hiking and cuddling with her dog, photography, traveling, listening to music, and spending quality time with friends and family. 


Contact to Schedule An Appointment


Phone: 971.533.7974

Services & Fees 

Rates may vary for counseling services based on your insurance and payment preferences. For more information on insurance policies and payment options, see here. Otherwise, feel free to reach out and we'll make sure all of your questions get answered.

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Individual Counseling

Individual Counseling is where people come to solve problems, grow, and change their lives in the direction that they think is best for them and their families. When people are stuck and they don't know how to stop certain behaviors, counseling can provide the skills they need to get them where they want to go in life.

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Family Counseling

Family Counseling is where the parents and kids come together to talk through ongoing problems in the household and how to have more fun and peace in the home. The counselor sits down with everyone at once and identifies how everyone may or may not be contributing to these goals.

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Play Therapy

Play therapy is a form of treatment that helps children to express their emotions, improve their communication, and solve problems. Play therapy capitalizes on children's natural ability to express their feelings and resolve conflicts through play.

Accepted Insurance Providers:
  • Pacific Source

Limited scholarship spots are available - please contact Molly for information regarding reduced rate availability.