Queer in your 30s

Starting 5/10 at 12-1:30pm, virtual

Virtual support group for queer people in their late 20s to early 40s looking to connect with other queer people while exploring their identity. Topics will be chosen by group participants, but may include imposter syndrome, gender exploration, relationships, and finding community. The group will start on 5/10 and weekly through 6/28, skipping 5/17, at $40-60/session. Please complete a contact form by clicking "Contact" above if interested in joining or if you have any questions. 

Providing therapeutic growth through individual, family, and group therapy

Meet the Therapist

My name is Grace Molloy, and I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Pennsylvania. I think it is essential for my clients to know that I am a good fit for them, so let me tell you a little about myself.

I began my journey in mental health treatment in 2012 as a college student at Kenyon College, volunteering with the counseling center as a peer counselor. After graduating with a Bachelor's in Comparative Literature, I relocated to Asheville, NC. While in Asheville, I worked in wilderness therapy and in a residential treatment center for adolescent girls for two and a half years. I then began to integrate my passion for mental health work with my values of social justice and inclusion, and pursued my Master's in Social Work from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 

Prior to starting my private practice, I worked as a family-based therapist utilizing Ecosystemic Structural Family Therapy in Delaware County, PA, for over 3 years. Through this experience, I have learned to be a fierce advocate for my clients, helping them to reconnect with their families and communities. At this time, I have had my private practice for 2 years and have greatly enjoyed working with my clients to meet their goals. In the past year, I have become trained in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy) to better serve my clients who wish to process past trauma.

I practice from a relational, social-justice-oriented, trauma-informed, systemic lens. I believe that change comes from authentic connection between a client and a therapist, involvement of a supportive network, and a mutual collaboration around treatment. I am an LGBTQ-affirming therapist specializing in working with teens, young adults, and families around depression, suicidality, gender and sexuality, neurodiversity, and trauma; however, I am well-versed in working with a broad array of life experiences.  

Services and Fees

Individual Therapy

Telehealth and in-person services for child, teen, or adult clients

$130 per 50 min session


*Limited sliding scale spots are available with rates of $80-125

Family Therapy

Telehealth and in-person services to enhance family relationships 

$150 per 50 min session


*Limited sliding scale spots are available with rates of $100-145