Molly Farrell, LMFT
Molly Farrell earned her Bachelor of Science in Social Work from the State University of New York, College at Fredonia. She then went on to earn her Master of Science in Human Development and Family Science in the Couple and Family Therapy Program at North Dakota State University. The CFT program is committed to center all aspects of training in feminist and social justice principles to help students develop the skills and competence necessary to work with diverse and marginalized communities and to use those skills to create meaningful social change at the national, international, and local levels. During her Masters program, Molly provided therapy services to individuals, couples, and families at the Couple and Family Therapy Center at NDSU and at Southeast Human Services, both located in Fargo, ND. Following her Master’s program, Molly worked in the Youth Shelter/Runaway Program at Youthworks in Fargo, ND. There, Molly provided family therapy services and also served as the Assistant Program Coordinator for the Attendant Care and Short Term Assessment Center providing housing to runaway and homeless youth. Most recently, Molly served as a Monroe County Child Protective Caseworker where she gained additional skills in collaboration and knowledge of community resources. Molly is an active member of Metro Justice, a progressive organization working for economic and social justice. Molly became interested in working with patients with eating disorders through her volunteer work at The Healing Connection, Inc.