Mollie Montgomery, LCSW
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Mollie Montgomery

Psychotherapy, LCSW

Not Taking New Clients
Mollie Montgomery loves being a counselor and she is honored and humbled when people choose to share their healing journey with her. She emphasizes holistic healing and wellbeing by focusing on safety, curiosity, compassion, and transformation, which she believes are all necessary components to a fulfilling, connected, and empowered life.
Specialties
General Mental Health
Relationship Issues
Trauma & PTSD
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Finances
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$140-200
Sliding Scale
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UnitedHealthcare
Oxford Health Plans
Cigna
Medicare
Oscar
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“I strongly believe that healing is in the relationship and our work will be tailored by the norms we create together to best serve you in this chapter of your journey.”
What was your path to becoming a therapist?
I have always enjoyed supporting people and sitting with others in their discomfort. My desire to understand the inner workings of the mind and body and how these things translate into the resiliency of humanity, our capability to heal from tragedy, and our ability to make meaning out of suffering have led me to the mental health field. In the eight years I have worked in the field, I’ve felt very blessed to have held positions at clinics and agencies serving people experiencing a variety of stressors, including domestic/sexual violence, child/generational abuse and neglect, and chronic pain (to name a few). I recently expanded into private practice, which enables me to continue to serve and partner with those seeking to heal and embrace their fullest life.
What should someone know about working with you?
I strongly believe that healing is in the relationship and our work will be tailored by the norms we create together to best serve you in this chapter of your journey. I use techniques and theories from a multitude of therapies, including parts work, mindfulness practices, and mind-body models. This ensures that you have the tools, knowledge, resources, and support to feel confident in knowing yourself and embracing your healing path.
How do your own core values shape your approach to therapy?
A few core values I live by and thus those that deeply inform my practice include: 1) People are inherently lovable, valuable, and worthy; 2) Everyone is trying the best they can with what they have and everyone wants to do better; 3) Compassionate curiosity is the best approach. I have found that these three things, in my own life and in my practice, allow for space where natural growth and healing take place.
What are you most excited about within the evolving mental health landscape?
I am so excited about the expanding research on trauma and the mind-body connection! I have deep hope that the research taking place and the resulting therapeutic interventions move us individually, communally, and culturally away from pathologizing and fear-based living toward healing, restoration, and celebration of this human experience.
“A few core values I live by and thus those that deeply inform my practice include: 1) People are inherently lovable, valuable, and worthy; 2) Everyone is trying the best they can with what they have and everyone wants to do better; 3) Compassionate curiosity is the best approach.”