Molly Measner, MA, LPCC

Molly has a gentle spirit and exudes natural warmth and empathy. You won't have to go it alone. She'll help you make sense of your story and map out how to move forward.




  • Academic and Performance Anxiety
  • ADHD
  • Anxiety
  • Assertiveness and Confidence
  • Attachment Insecurity
  • Boundaries
  • Burnout
  • Career Goals
  • Childhood Trauma
  • Communication Skills
  • Conflict Management
  • Cultivating Joy
  • Depression
  • Distress Tolerance
  • Body Image
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Emotional Regulation
  • Grief and Loss
  • Interpersonal Skills
  • Life Balance
  • Mindfulness
  • Organization
  • Perfectionism
  • Relationships
  • Reparenting (Inner Child Work)
  • Self-Care
  • Self-Worth
  • Stress
  • Time Management
  • Underachievement


  • MA, Counseling
  • BS, Psychology
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Developmental and Relational Trauma Therapy (DART)
  • Mindfulness and Self-Compassion


How I Help Clients Thrive

My belief is that positive change occurs when a person truly feels seen, heard, and valued; which I strive to offer each client I connect with during therapy. As a therapist, I do my very best to create a safe and secure environment through a strong therapeutic rapport with my clients. My hope is that clients will feel safe, as well as empowered to do the vulnerable work that is so necessary in achieving their goals. I work collaboratively with clients in exploring the changes they want to create in their life. My hope for clients is that they will walk away from this experience feeling more confident in themselves and their ability to create personal changes, as well as achieve future goals.

What I Like Best About Being a Counselor

Something I believe we all have in common is the need to be known by others. In order to achieve this, we must take the scary step of allowing ourselves to be seen. This is such a vulnerable yet beautiful act and one I find such an honor to work toward with my clients.

One of the most challenging obstacles I’ve seen for clients when first entering counseling is lack of self-worth. I believe that a lack of self-worth makes it challenging for people to fully see their potential to achieve anything that comes their way. As a therapist, my favorite moments in session are when clients finally see and acknowledge their worth and their ability to create a life worth living.

Some other favorite moments in session include seeing clients express excitement about an accomplishment they have made — especially one that they might not have believed they could achieve in the past. This is so incredibly rewarding and such an honor to witness. I love taking the time to celebrate these moments with my clients!

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