Hancock Center For Creative Arts Therapies - Molly


Art Therapy is a field which brings together art and psychology. It is based on the premise that we all have the inherent ability to be creative. The process of making art can allow one to express things that words cannot and lead us to personal growth and transformation. I work with my clients to identify their therapeutic goals then use art making, to address these goals in often new and creative ways. Witnessing clients who have silenced, not only be heard but gain new insight, has fueled my strong beliefs in the therapeutic capabilities of the arts.

I obtained my undergraduate and graduate degree in Art Therapy. As a registered board-certified Art Therapist and Licensed Professional Counselor, I have worked in hospitals, hospices, schools and mental health clinics primarily with those who are coping with trauma, grief, and life transitions. I am also trained in trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy. For the past ten years, I have taught undergraduate and graduate level courses and provided workshops in grief, trauma, crisis intervention, self-care and wellness. 

I work with children, adolescents and adults who are coping with anxiety, adjustment disorders, grief, loss or simply wanting to learn more about themselves. My approach is multifaceted. Images created can give voice to that which has been unknown. I accept new clients and have in-person and telehealth openings.