Molly Olk, LPC

Visiting Instructor
MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Mindfulness-Based Transpersonal Counseling Concentration
MA, Transpersonal Counseling Psychology, Naropa University (2011); BS, Recreation: Tourism Management, Indiana University: Bloomington (2005); PACT Level 1 Certified for Couple Work (2016); PACT Level 2 Certified for Couple Work (2021)
MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Mindfulness-Based Transpersonal Counseling Concentration

Molly Olk is a Licensed Professional Counselor practicing in Denver, Colorado.

In 2011, Molly began her career practicing as a Registered Psychotherapist in Boulder, Colorado. The following year, she joined the treatment team at La Luna Center, specializing in seeing clients with eating disorders. Soon after her start date, her role became a full-time position as a Primary Therapist seeing individuals for counseling, and also acting as a Group Leader for experiential and process groups offered as part of La Luna Center’s Intensive Outpatient Program.

In 2013, Molly became a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) after passing the National Counseling Examination (NCE) and completing over 2,000 hours of work in the field of psychology. In August of 2015, she moved to Denver and transitioned into seeing clients in private practice part-time in Denver and Boulder, and being an Outpatient Therapist part-time at EDCare Denver (formerly, the Eating Disorder Center of Denver – EDCD).

In June 2016, after a wonderful experience at EDCare Denver, Molly moved into full-time private practice. She completed trainings in PACT to work with couples in 2016 (Level 1) and again in 2021 (Level 2). Molly currently sees individuals and couples in the Lower Highlands area of downtown Denver, as well as virtually.

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