Molly Carroll, MA, LPC a therapist who holds a master’s degree in counseling psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute in Santa Barbara, California. She is a coach, published writer, and loving mom of two kids. Molly has been passionately working in education and mental health for 25 years. Molly is a lover of life and has an adventurous spirit and spent many years living and traveling around the world. From her travels, Molly has learned about facing your fears, social connection and how people heal and transform. Molly is currently working passionately to get her first book, Cracking Open, published. Cracking Open is a creative journal about self-discovery and transformation. You can follow Molly’s adventures on her honest, raw and heart-warming blog. Enter into this creative website to grow, laugh and learn more about Molly.
Molly approaches her treatment as a collaborative effort between herself and her clients. Her practice is tailored to clients’ unique goals and needs, styles of integrating information, and preferred coping skills. She finds that many people benefit from Narrative Psychotherapies, cognitive-behavioral, attachment-based, and family systems methods. As well as integrating theories of Interpersonal Neurobiology and Mindfulness practices. Molly has worked with The Dalai Lama, Dr. Dan Siegel, Jack Kornfield, Brene’ Brown, and Elizabeth Lesser. Molly has a passion for the healing profession and believes that each individual has the capacity to reach their highest potential.