Linda Moll, PhD
Linda uses an integrative and collaborative client-centered approach to psychotherapy, helping clients accept and celebrate themselves as individuals of value with the potential for growth and change. Clients who choose to work with Linda will learn how to develop and practice self-regulation skills and transform harmful thoughts and beliefs (especially those related to the self) to help achieve and maintain their most meaningful lives. Clients will then learn to apply those skills while exploring the impact of difficult past and present experiences on their thoughts, feelings, and beliefs. Nature-based therapy and body-based therapy are central tools in Linda’s approach, as well.
Linda is a licensed psychologist in Missouri, Idaho, and Alaska, and also holds an E. Passport, to practice telepsychology in states that are a part of the PSYPACT agreement. She received her PhD from the University of Missouri-St. Louis, completed her internship at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Denver, Colorado, and worked with the Missouri Department of Mental Health for 20 years.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Trauma Recovery Therapy (including primary and vicarious trauma and compassion fatigue), and Psychological and Stress First Aid, Nature-Based Therapy
Time in Nature, Working at the Endangered Wolf Center, Horseback Riding, Trauma Healing, Mind-Body Relationship