A Partner in Growth
Molly Halbrooks holds a Master of Family Therapy from Mercer University and has been licensed since 2014. Her extensive training and clinical experience have equipped her to work with adults of all ages with varying presenting issues through in person and virtual therapy. She currently is accepting clients from Georgia and North Carolina for virtual sessions, and clients in the Charlotte area for in-person sessions.
In sessions, Molly creates a comfortable, safe, and accepting atmosphere where her clients can explore the challenges they face. Her clients have described her as down to earth, easy to talk to, and direct. The clients who find her to be the best fit include those facing life transitions such as divorce, new parenting, and career changes; individuals struggling with anxiety or ADHD symptoms; grieving individuals; those facing relational struggles; and those who are wanting to make sense of and heal from past traumatic experiences. She uses a combination of techniques, drawing from Attachment Theory, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and client-centered, strength-based techniques to meet clients where they are and walk with them through the process of creating positive change. She has been trained in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing) and utilizes this to address a variety of presenting concerns, including trauma, mood disorders, and phobias.
Molly grew up just outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and has lived in the southeast for the past 15 years. She currently lives in the Charlotte area with her husband and two children, and when she is not seeing clients she enjoys cooking, practicing yoga, spending time outdoors, and traveling.