Molly Foley is an Arizona native, and grew up in Paradise Valley. She did her undergrad at Arizona State University (Family and Human Development), and she currently is a graduate student at Northcentral University (Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy). Molly is also on the path to getting her doctorate in couples therapy, specializing in sex therapy. She currently is getting certified in Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), which will help her to enhance inter -personal relationships on a physical, emotional, and spiritual level with her patients. She also uses Solution Focused Therapy, to help her patients realize their full potential, and how to reach their goals. Molly’s primary passion is working with couples to enhance their relationships and openly embrace intimacy. She specializes in bringing love, respect, and improved communication back into relationships.
Although Molly is a young adult, her life experiences have enabled her to meet life’s challenges head-on. She is on an exploratory journey seeking to discover the best version of herself, and wants to encourage others to do the same. Molly is also a 4th degree Black Belt martial artist and a co-founder of the non-profit organization, The Center for Humane Living (CHL). Her leadership in this family-run organization has given her a unique tool set to inspire, empower and enable her future patients to achieve their true authentic selves.
Molly works with couples helping them to resolve conflict, rebuild trust and have crucial conversations. In addition, she also works individually with adults and adolescents and their families.
Molly offers a sliding fee of $20-$60 per session.