Molly has been working with parents, kids, and families for over 15 years, as an educator, school administrator, birth worker, counselor and mentor. A parent of 4, Molly knows that awareness makes all the difference in our experience of postpartum, parenthood, and life, that awareness is a capacity we all have and can intentionally cultivate, and that therapy can open us up to ourselves. She recognizes that the transition to parenthood is both ordinary and extraordinary, and honors both. Molly teaches Mindfulness-Based Childbirth and Parenting, and is pursuing her Master’s degree at Bryn Mawr College.
Postpartum life can be thrilling, terrifying, joyful, anxious, boring, distressing, and feel empty and full all at the same time. I love to walk alongside parents, and support them on their path during this wild, deeply transformational, often uncomfortable time.