Ms. Milgrom Provides social-emotional therapy services to individuals and families of all ages in both Spanish and English. She supports clients with a variety of challenges including depression, anxiety, life transitions, trauma and abuse, self-esteem, and family relationships.
Prior to her work at Neighborhood Health, Ms. Milgrom completed internships as a clinical social worker and psychotherapist at the Catholic University Counseling Center and The Frost School, part of Sheppard-Pratt Health Systems, while completing her Master of Social Work at the National School of Social Service at Catholic University of America. Molly provided weekly individual counseling to undergraduate and graduate students for brief or longer-term treatment for a range of presenting issues at the Catholic University Counseling Center. At Frost, Molly co-facilitated group therapy and group family therapy for high school students suffering from emotional disturbance. During the summer between these internships, Molly worked at a technical high school in Managua, Nicaragua where she initiated a comprehensive support program for the students and faculty.
Molly’s previous experience includes 10 years as a meeting and event planner for trade associations and corporate groups across the United States and abroad. Molly is an avid world traveler and has spent significant time in Southeast Asia, Europe, and Central America.
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Post Graduate Training Internship: Catholic University, XXX
Graduate Education MS, Social Work, National School of Social Service at Catholic University, XXX