Clinical Supervisor for School-Based Services
Eden Prairie Office

Molly provides clinical supervision to school based mental health clinicians in Wayzata, Hopkins, and St. Louis Park School Districts. Molly identifies as cisgender, is transracially adopted, BIPOC, and female. Her approach to therapeutic interventions and clinical supervision consists of relational, strengths based, cultural responsiveness, gender affirming, curiosity, and compassion. She accepts and understands that past experiences give roadmaps to who we are as people, including our cultural and world lens, focusing on the self and community to find resolution to interpersonal difficulties and healing emotional wounds from earlier experiences. Molly is a mom/stepmom, has 2 biological children and 3 bonus children, 2 of whom identify as LGBTQ. She prioritizes the balance between work and family, enjoys cooking, reading, spending time with the kids, and travel.  

Therapeutic Modalities: Psychodynamic and attachment therapy, solution-focused therapy, narrative, mindfulness, harm reduction, motivational interviewing, cognitive-behavioral therapy.  

Specialties/Interests: Children and families, 0-21 years, BIPOC, adoption/foster care/transracial adoption, crisis intervention, emergency mental health, suicide prevention/stabilization, LGBTQ+ ally, blended families.

Certifications/Trainings: Permanency, Adoption and Competency Certification (PACC) through the University of Minnesota Child Welfare.