MOLLY HALL MSW, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Molly is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She earned her Masters of Social Work degree in 2017 from the Indiana University School of Social Work, graduating as a Child Welfare Scholar and Phi Alpha Honors recipient. Molly has spent the past few years working in the government sector with military veterans and has experience with combat trauma, men’s mental health, and behavioral pain management. She believes strongly in client-driven care, based on shared decision making, as well as a trauma informed approach grounded in neuroscience. Molly values practical, confidential, and transparent care.
Molly’s primary specialty is Behavioral Pain Management to improve quality of life while managing chronic health conditions. This approach includes pain neuroscience education with a fusion of cognitive behavioral therapy for chronic pain (CBT-CP) with eye movement desensitization and reprocessing therapy (EMDR). Treatment can be individually tailored to accommodate complex medical conditions, trauma, and co-occurring mental health concerns. Molly has more than 100 hours of pain-specific training, as well as didactic training in CBT-CP with six months of supervised practice and an additional 6 months of solo practice. Molly offers individual sessions virtually and in-office, as well as group sessions in a virtual setting.
Molly’s other areas of focus include trauma and EMDR therapy, men’s mental health, narcissistic abuse, cognitive/memory assessments, and Alpha Stim therapy for anxiety, depression, insomnia, and pain.
Young Adult Ages 18-30
Mature Adult 65+