Molly Molloy


Molly Molloy earned her BA and MSW from the University of Montana. She is currently the Director of Behavioral Health and the Child Evaluation Center (CEC) in Montana, USA.

Molly has experience working in hospital settings, in schools, and with youth in crisis. She also has experience working as a Pediatric Behavioral Health Specialist at the Southwest Montana Community Health Center, with Youth Court, Family Drug Court, integrated behavioral health and suicide prevention. 

Prior to graduate school, Molly lived in Washington DC and worked on Capital Hill before moving to Northern Ireland to work at a internationally renowned peace and reconciliation center.  In her time in Northern Ireland, she had the opportunity to work with a variety of groups including, schools, cross community groups, family groups and international groups.  

Molly is a certified therapist in Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) and has been trained in TF-CBT, Theraplay and CF-TSI.  She is currently on the leadership committee of the Community Action Team (CAT) in Butte and is working with the CAT to develop a blueprint for a trauma-informed and resilient community.

Molly has presented on compassion fatigue to a variety of groups including law enforcement, family services, first responders, teachers and medical and mental health professionals. 

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