AssociaTe Therapists

moLLy wiLLiamson

MSc, CCC
Canadian Certified Counsellor
Associate Therapist and Community Intake Counsellor

Logic and reason can inform us, but emotions make us decide and act.

Molly joined the Juno House team in 2016 as the Community Intake Counsellor. In this role, Molly provides phone consultation to assess the needs of potential clients, recommends appropriate counselling services in the community, and provides short-term coping tools to help manage the presenting mental health concern. In 2017, after completing her graduate studies, Molly registered as a Canadian Certified Counsellor and became a full-time Associate Therapist at Juno House. As an Associate Therapist, Molly works from the relational, family-focused Juno House model that is based in attachment experiences, brain development research, and psychodynamic psychotherapy. Molly is also trained in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing).

Molly completed a Master of Science in Counselling Psychology at the University of Calgary and completed a Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Psychology at Mount Allison University. During her degrees, Molly volunteered in the eating disorder field; as a result, Molly’s undergraduate and graduate theses explored different topics regarding eating- and weight-related concerns in young women. Born and raised on the east coast, Molly has worked with children, adolescents, and their families at the Centre for Pediatric Pain Research and the Autism Research Centre at the IWK Health Centre (children’s hospital) in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She also completed her graduate practicum placement at the University of Calgary’s Wellness Centre where she counselled university students with concerns such as anxiety, depression, and relationship difficulties.

Molly believes that genuine connection to others is an important component in healing disordered eating, anxiety, depression, self-harm behaviors, and obsessive-compulsive behaviors. Using openness, authenticity, acceptance, and empathy, Molly helps girls and young women develop strong, confident voices, emotional competence, and their own sense of identity, and she aims to empower them to achieve their goals.

Molly Williamson
Contact for existing clients only:
403.437.6622
molly@junohouse.ca

For intake enquiries, please phone or email Lois Sapsford, Director

Juno House™

1902 5A St SW
Calgary, Alberta
T2S 2G1
403.209.0997
info@junohouse.ca

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Emergency Services

For emergency and crisis services, please contact these resources in Calgary, Alberta. If you or your child is seriously ill or injured, the best thing to do is call 911.

 

Calgary Distress Centre
24 hours Crisis Line:
403.266.1605
distresscentre.com

 

Community Resource Team
403.299.9699
woodshomes.ca/crisis-and-outreach.htm

 

Alberta Children’s Hospital
Emergency Department
2888 Shaganappi Trail
Calgary, Alberta
T3B 6A8
403.955.7211

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