Mollie enjoys working with adults who seek gender identity counseling and struggle with sexual issues, sexual identity, depression, anxiety, and grief. She is interested in animal assisted therapy, as she believes pets can have a strong positive impact on one’s mental health.
Mollie believes that though one’s environment is a major influence on his or her life, every individual is ultimately responsible for their self-growth. She believes she can be an effective facilitator for positive changes in one’s behaviors and thoughts. She collaborates with clients to feel empowered and emotionally healthy, and provides them a nonjudgmental space to explore and work toward their ideal self.
Despite her strong Michigander roots, Mollie considers herself a Texan. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Missouri, and is now completing her Master of Science in Counseling degree at SMU. Mollie became passionate about counseling through personal experience, when she suffered through grief and medical issues as a young teen. From then on, she knew she wanted to apply her empathy and passion to a career in counseling.
In her spare time, Mollie avidly reads, travels with her family, and watches Netflix. She has one dog, a sassy golden doodle named Wallace, whom she adores.