Molly Collins, M.A., LPC, CDBT
B.S., Education, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX
M.A., Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Denver Seminary, Littleton, CO
After graduating from UT-Austin with a degree in Youth and Community Studies and a minor in Educational Psychology, Molly found the mountains calling her to pursue her masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Denver has been home for the past three years but she is more than excited to be back home in the great state of Texas!
Molly has has worked with children, adolescents, and adults of all ages. She spent her clinical internship in a community mental health agency, private practice, and a faith-based 12-step addiction recovery program at a local church. She enjoys working children, teens, and especially young adults on issues concerning: relationships, life transitions/stressors, women’s issues, self-esteem, and identity. Molly is also a Prepare-Enrich certified facilitator and can work with premarital and marital couples.
Molly desires for her clients to fully embrace their uniqueness and who they have been created to be. Through increased self-awareness, she hopes her clients will see and understand themselves better in order to create and sustain life-giving connections within meaningful, healthy relationships.