Molly Bloom, LAC

Molly loves people zero to death! She works with all ages and stages, seeing it as her honor to provide a safe space to process and work through the many reasons people come to therapy. She is a Licensed Associate Counselor, Brainspotting Practitioner, has training in Play Therapy, Crisis Counseling, Substance Abuse, Trauma, Resilience for Children and Families, Anger Management, and Parent-Child Relationship Therapy. She received her Master of Science with a Major in Counseling from John Brown University. Molly is currently getting her Ph.D. at Regent University in Counseling and Psychological Studies. This stems from her unquenchable curiosity to learn more about how to provide excellent services to clients. The study of Neuroscience and Genetics is one of her favorite fields of study because there is so much more known about the inner workings of people that shed light and hope where there once was confusion and fear over mental health symptoms. 

Molly has a background in ministry after studying Children and Family Ministry and Bible and Theology in her undergraduate degree at John Brown University. She has worked in inpatient hospital settings, court-ordered community mental health, and private practice. Currently providing services to individuals of all genders and groups of all ages, Molly does pre-marital counseling, parent/child, couples, families, children, trauma, depression, crisis, grief, addiction, post-partum and pregnancy issues, anxiety, sexual issues, chronic pain, somatic symptoms, and interventions for mental health diagnoses across the spectrum. Being a part of the healthcare team for mental health symptom management and diagnosis treatment is what she has been trained for.

Molly’s heartbeat of becoming a counselor started when working in foster care and adoption, which continues to be an area of research and support at the top of her list in counseling. As you can see, she really does love to counsel people of all ages and stages! 

Molly has been married for twelve years, partnering in ministry with her husband all those years! She has two children, with more kids in her heart, being a former foster mom. People are Molly’s hobby and finding ways to enjoy creation, stay curious, deepen spirituality, live out faith, share hope, connect, and laugh.

Molly’s Forms

Areas of Practice:

  • Trauma

  • Crisis

  • Anxiety

  • Anger

  • Depression

  • Chronic Illness/Pain

  • Addiction

  • Sexual Issues

  • Attachment/Relationships

  • Self-Harm

  • Parent/Child

  • Pre-Marital Counseling

  • Postpartum Issues

Specialty Training:

  • Brainspotting

  • Substance Abuse

  • Disaster Trauma

  • Play Therapy

  • Parent-Child Relationship Therapy

  • Grief and Loss from the COVID-19 Pandemic

Molly Bloom, LAC

Molly loves people zero to death! She works with all ages and stages, seeing it as her honor to provide a safe space to process and work through the many reasons people come to therapy. She is a Licensed Associate Counselor, Brainspotting Practitioner, has training in Play Therapy, Crisis Counseling, Substance Abuse, Trauma, Resilience for Children and Families, Anger Management, and Parent-Child Relationship Therapy. She received her Master of Science with a Major in Counseling from John Brown University. Molly is currently getting her Ph.D. at Regent University in Counseling and Psychological Studies. This stems from her unquenchable curiosity to learn more about how to provide excellent services to clients. The study of Neuroscience and Genetics is one of her favorite fields of study because there is so much more known about the inner workings of people that shed light and hope where there once was confusion and fear over mental health symptoms. 

Molly has a background in ministry after studying Children and Family Ministry and Bible and Theology in her undergraduate degree at John Brown University. She has worked in inpatient hospital settings, court-ordered community mental health, and private practice. Currently providing services to individuals of all genders and groups of all ages, Molly does pre-marital counseling, parent/child, couples, families, children, trauma, depression, crisis, grief, addiction, post-partum and pregnancy issues, anxiety, sexual issues, chronic pain, somatic symptoms, and interventions for mental health diagnoses across the spectrum. Being a part of the healthcare team for mental health symptom management and diagnosis treatment is what she has been trained for.

Molly’s heartbeat of becoming a counselor started when working in foster care and adoption, which continues to be an area of research and support at the top of her list in counseling. As you can see, she really does love to counsel people of all ages and stages! 

Molly has been married for twelve years, partnering in ministry with her husband all those years! She has two children, with more kids in her heart, being a former foster mom. People are Molly’s hobby and finding ways to enjoy creation, stay curious, deepen spirituality, live out faith, share hope, connect, and laugh.

Molly’s Forms

Areas of Practice:

  • Trauma

  • Crisis

  • Anxiety

  • Anger

  • Depression

  • Chronic Illness/Pain

  • Addiction

  • Sexual Issues

  • Attachment/Relationships

  • Self-Harm

  • Parent/Child

  • Pre-Marital Counseling

  • Postpartum Issues

Specialty Training:

  • Brainspotting

  • Substance Abuse

  • Disaster Trauma

  • Play Therapy

  • Parent-Child Relationship Therapy

  • Grief and Loss from the COVID-19 Pandemic