Molly McCurdy-Yates


Molly has experience supporting individuals and families through depression, life transitions, anxiety, panic, PTSD, traumatic circumstances, grief, family conflict, divorce, eating disorders, career/school transitions and peer relationships. Molly offers Individual, couples and family counseling for people of all ages, but specializes in teenagers and parents of teenagers as she is also a full-time school counselor of 20 years. She is strength based and solution focused in her counseling approach with clients. Molly is passionate about walking alongside her clients as she collaborates with them to meet their goals and live a more fulfilling and peaceful life by providing an authentic, safe and client centered space where individuals can realize their full potential. She helps clients discover thought patterns and behaviors that are no longer useful to the client and replace them with productive and life giving ways of thinking, behaving and engaging with oneself and others.

Molly is working under Fuller Living’s supervision for her LPCC licensure. She obtained her MA in School Counseling in 2005 and has finished up her schooling for her LPCC licensure with Adler Graduate School. She is completing her clinical hours for full licensure. Molly loves spending time with her family, friends and 3 children. She is an avid runner, youth basketball coach and loves to travel and read.