Molly grew up in Massachusetts and she now calls New York City home. Molly earned her Bachelors of Arts at Boston College and earned her Masters in Social Work from New York University’s Silver School. Molly worked in journalism prior to becoming a psychotherapist.
Previously, Molly has worked in a university setting and at a psychotherapy practice. She has worked with adults living with depression, anxiety, grief, substance use disorders, PTSD, ADHD, and childhood trauma. Molly’s experience in the field has also led her to conduct research on the impact of trauma on families. In her clinical work, Molly utilizes Attachment Theory, Object Relations, and other evidence-based practices.
Molly volunteers in her off time she is a strong believer in participating in local elections, and advocating for policies she believes in. She is a member of the Italian-American community. Molly is a big fan of walking around the city, gardening, cooking, yoga, and people-watching in her neighborhood’s parks.
In addition to English, Molly speaks conversational Spanish, French, Nepali, and Turkish.