Lasting change, healing, and transformation are possible.
There is a path toward wholeness and practices that can support your journey.
Start with this guide: Overcoming Overwhelm
Journey to Shalom

Journey to Shalom

Finding Healing, Wholeness, and Freedom In Sacred Stories.

Engage with your story in a fresh way through ancient stories and modern psychology. Connecting more deeply with the parts who make you the unique and wonderful person God created helps you learn to love yourself—all of who you are—unconditionally, as God loves you. Experience transformative practices that lead to God’s hope for you—shalom.



Painful experiences – and all the ways you try to overcome their impact – sap your joy.

You want to love God, others, and yourself wholeheartedly.

There is a path toward healing and practices that support your journey.

Start with this guide to Overcoming Overwhelm.

Get your copy of Overcoming Overwhelm
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Journey to Shalom

“Journey to Shalom is an immensely imaginative, psychologically rich, and biblically engaging invitation to embrace our beautiful complexity. Molly’s re-telling of several sacred stories of Scripture humanizes sometimes distant texts and opens them to conversation with our own stories. And the helpful practices and exercises invite us to do our own work. This will be a go-to resource in my clinical work and for my clinical counseling students.”

– Chuck DeGroat, author, therapist, and Professor of Pastoral Care and Executive Director of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program at Western Theological Seminary (Holland, Michigan)

“This is a book I didn’t even know that I needed. Molly creatively and expertly weaves the human experience of our known Bible characters into the Internal Family Systems model. The result is a deeply healing work that gives voice to and hope for the journey so many of us are on.”

– Lizz Enns Petters, Cohost Deconstructing Mamas Podcast

“There couldn’t be better timing for this book to be published. With so many of us completely disconnected from our inner family and don’t know how to dive deeper into understanding how this disconnection plays out in our everyday life, this book offers wisdom, practical insights and much-needed hope for us to reconnect and embrace our True Self. Molly knocks it out of the park!).”

– Esther Joy Goetz, Cohost Deconstructing Mamas Podcast


Why not benefit from the best of both worlds? I integrate evidence-based psychotherapy with healthy spiritual practices to support lasting change.

Restoring Relationship book

Have you wondered why Christians talk so much about love but often fail to be loving?

I wrote my first book to address this very issue.

Restoring Relationship explores the roots of vulnerability and applies a new spiritual practice to common causes of distress—loss, betrayal, addiction, and physical/mental illness.

"Jesus told us to love one another regardless of differences and flaws. This book takes that directive seriously and provides clear steps for bringing his love not only to external others but also to the unsavory or “sinful" parts of us."

- Richard C. Schwartz, PhD – Founder of the Internal Family Systems Model



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