Colette completed her Masters in Social Work in 1998 at University of Washington Seattle, Washington and three-year post-graduate training in psychodynamic therapy at the Institute for Clinical Social Work Chicago, Illinois. Colette recently completed training in trauma-informed Child Parent Psychotherapy (CPP), a parent-infant/early childhood evidence-based practice.
Colette Molloy, MSW, LICSW
Colette Molloy is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker with over 20 years of experience in clinical work with children, adolescents, adults and families. Colette’s therapeutic approach is individualized, culturally responsive and informed by developmental, attachment-based, and insight-oriented theories. All of which take into account your unique history as it relates to current struggles and capacities. The therapeutic relationship and safety therein is an important part of this process. In child work, Colette utilizes play as a tool to communicate with children and invites parental involvement in therapy. Colette has practiced and supervised in a variety of settings with individuals and families of all ages, identities and cultural backgrounds. Colette’s areas of focus include life transitions, adjustment to parenthood, relationship difficulties, school challenges, anxiety, depression, adoption, grief/loss and trauma.