Mollie Morris

Therapist & Certified Art Therapist (ATR-BC)

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Mollie Morris (she/her)

Does it feel like you don’t quite fit in this world? Have you left therapeutic experiences wanting something more than just talk therapy? With 20 years of experience as an art therapist, Mollie is here to help you in your healing journey through both talk therapy and art. Mollie specializes in working with neurodiversity, queerness, anxiety, ADHD, autism, and depression with all ages. A deep and compassionate listener, Mollie comes to therapy with an open heart and a focus on you, in all your unique and intersecting identities. In her practice she has seen how being creative, open to new experiences, improving routines, learning coping skills, and leaning into emotions can help you build a more mindful, joyful life.

Mollie’s decades of experience with families, children, and adults in outpatient, residential, and schools settings, helps inform her private practice work. She identifies as neurodivergent, and studied photography and ceramics. She currently teaches and work as a ceramic artist. During sessions with you, Mollie is happy to integrate art making, if that’s what feels right in the moment.

You are welcome to reach out to explore if working together might be a good fit. Mollie offers free 20 minute consultations, and also has an awesome network of therapists who Mollie can help guide you to if working together doesn’t feel like a good fit. Mollie looks forward to hearing from you and welcoming in the next chapter of your life.

Specialties: Neurodiversity, ADHD, Autism, Creatives, Art-Making, Anxiety, Social Anxiety, Depression, Self-Esteem, Queerness, Burnout, Self-Esteem, Self-Diagnosis

Services Offered: Individual Therapy, Art Therapy 

Note: Mollie is a certified art therapist (ATR-BC) and can work with folks utilizing art therapy (as in art-making as a form of therapeutic healing). You are welcome to reach out to Mollie to discuss what might be the best fit for you (talk therapy, art therapy, or a combination of both). 

Ages: Children, Teens, Adults

Directories: Psychology Today

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Mollie is a ceramic artist. Check out her piece below. Find her website here.

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