Molly Martin, M.A.
Molly’s therapeutic approach is guided by the belief that painful feelings are often the touchstone for personal growth. She provides a warm environment where clients feel safe to explore meaning, take risks, and discover their authentic selves.
Molly is currently a doctoral candidate in Clinical Psychology at the California School of Professional Psychology. Molly earned her Bachelor’s Degree from Washington University in St. Louis, and has received rigorous and in-depth clinical training at the LA LGBT Center and Airport Marina Counseling Service. Her research and clinical interests involve group psychotherapy and issues related to addiction, trauma, and resilience.
Molly provides individual psychotherapy and couples & family counseling. She enjoys working with diverse populations, and has experience working with depression, anxiety, and issues related to identity, difficult relationships, and life transitions.
Molly is a Registered Psychological Assistant (PSB 94023893). She is supervised by licensed clinical psychologist Dr. Kate Tepper, Psy.D (PSY-28754 ).