Molly M. Brady, Psy.D.
Molly Brady, PsyD, is a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in therapy and psychological assessment with adolescents and adults. She is also a member of the Autism Diagnostic Clinic Team, assessing children and adolescents who may have pervasive developmental differences including Autism Spectrum Disorder. She grew up in Colorado and received her undergraduate degree from Willamette University in Salem, Oregon where she studied psychology and exercise science. Molly graduated from the University of Denver’s School of Professional Psychology with a doctorate in clinical psychology and a specialization in childhood trauma. She has worked in university counseling centers, private and community mental health centers, as well as schools and residential settings. Molly completed her pre-doctoral internship at the University of San Diego’s Counseling Center and her post-doctoral residency at Northwest Neurobehavioral Health. She works from an integrated approach, utilizing a multicultural and strength-based framework that emphasizes mindfulness and DBT skills. Molly’s areas of specialization include working with adolescents and adults experiencing anxiety and depression, those facing transitional/adjustment struggles, relationship conflict, survivors of psychological trauma, sport and performance issues, significant medical struggles, and adjustment/transition challenges. In her personal life, Molly enjoys running and cycling, playing with her golden retriever, spending time with family/friends, gardening, and seeking out new creative pursuits like pottery and painting.