• Eating Disorders
  • Complex Trauma
  • Life Transitions
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Self-Esteem
  • Women’s Issues
  • Personality Disorders
  • Relationship Issues
  • Setting & Maintaining Boundaries

Molly Propst
LPC-Associate, supervised by Molly McCann, LPC-S

We’re not always taught how to regulate or even identify our emotions, communicate healthy boundaries to our friends or loved ones, or have someone give us the compassion we need in difficult life transitions. Sometimes we just need a compassionate push to achieve our fullest potential. 
In Molly’s counseling sessions, it is her goal to provide a safe and accepting space where you can explore and embrace your neurodiversity while developing strategies to navigate challenges and maximize your potential. She will encourage you to be unapologetically yourself and improve overall self-esteem, heal past traumas, and allow yourself to flourish. She uses a collaborative therapeutic relationship built on trust and respect, where you are the expert of your own experiences, and she is there to support, guide, and empower you.
Molly welcomes individuals and couples from all walks of life, but focuses on individuals struggling with anxiety, neurodiversity, eating disorders, trauma and couples who are wanting to improve their communication skills with one another or learn how to set healthy boundaries.
Molly is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate supervised by Molly McCann, LPC-S providing individual and couples counseling virtually across the state of Texas and in person in Dallas. She grew up in Lubbock where she attended Texas Tech University for her bachelors degree in psychology, and moved to Dallas after graduating with her master’s in counseling from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center.
In her free time, Molly spends time reading, plant shopping, practicing yoga, or exploring the local restaurants. Her four animals, cats Jasper and Dexter and dogs Houdini and Faye, are her pride and joy and she will provide pictures whenever one of them does something goofy or cute.
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Favorite Book

The Song of Achillies, 

Madeline Miller

Favorite Quote

“There is something wonderfully bold and liberating about saying yes to our entire imperfect and messy life.”

– Tara Brach, PhD

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Favorite Office Item

Positive Potato