Molly Sartor, MA, LPCC


Molly is a quirky and compassionate therapist who recognizes how courageous it can be to reach out for help. Molly desires to create a safe and supportive environment for all clients and truly believes that shame decreases when stories are told in safe places.

Molly has a background in an intensive outpatient clinic working with children, adolescents, young adults, and adults with concerns related to disordered eating, self-esteem, grief, depression, suicidal ideation, self-harming behaviors, neurodivergence (ADHD, Autism, AuDHD), anxiety, PTSD, and attachment-related trauma. Molly has a particular passion for working with clients who are neurodivergent, clients who identify as 2SLGBTQIA+, clients who are struggling with disordered eating/eating disorders, individuals who have experienced attachment-related trauma, and clients who may be deconstructing and reconstructing personal beliefs and values.

Molly provides neuro-affirming, 2SLGBTQIA+ affirming care when working with her clients and desires to aid clients in regaining access to what feels safe, true, and important to them. Molly values and recognizes the importance of both “nudging and holding” a client in their therapeutic process.

In the wild, Molly enjoys reading all of the books, drinking all of the coffee, and spending time with those she loves, particularly her dog, Henry.