Meet the Mental Health and Wellness Center's Counselors

Amanda Mosher Amanda Mosher
Student Clinician, MS Candidate in Clinical Mental Health Counseling


Amanda is a third-year graduate student in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program at Molloy College. She is currently practicing as a clinician under a licensed mental health counselor at the Mental Health and Wellness Center. She believes that counseling is a process that encourages individuals to open up physically, mentally, and emotionally to improve their way of life. She has experience working with individuals with anxiety and depression as well as intellectual disabilities. Amanda's approach to counseling is an integration of Person-Centered Counseling, Mindfulness Approach, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).
        
Maya Wilder Maya Wilder
Student Clinician, MS Candidate in Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Maya is a third-year graduate student in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program at Molloy College. She is currently practicing as a clinician under a licensed mental health counselor at the Mental Health and Wellness Center at Molloy College. Maya is also pursuing the North American Drama Therapy Association's alternative training program as a pathway toward registry as a drama therapist. Maya utilizes several counseling techniques, many of which are creative, embodied, and incorporate elements of storytelling. Her eclectic approach is holistic, and centers clients in the counseling relationship while acknowledging the many hats they wear in their day-to-day lives. Maya has experience working with individuals living with anxiety, trauma, eating disorders, developmental disabilities, and challenges related to school, substance use, family, marriage, and aging. Maya encourages authenticity and curiosity in the counseling space, and strives to create a judgement-free zone.
 
Amy Weinstock Amy Weinstock
Student Clinician, MS Candidate in Clinical Mental Health Counseling


Amy Weinstock is a third-year counselor-in-training at Molloy and currently a graduate assistant for the CMHC program. Amy is practicing as a clinician under a licensed mental health counselor at the Mental Health and Wellness Center at Molloy and under the supervision of a licensed clinical social worker with Family and Children's Association of Long Island. Amy practices through a Humanistic and Existential lens, and incorporates an integration of Gestalt therapy and Cognitive Behavioral therapy techniques in her counseling space. Amy approaches counseling with a present-based focus, encouraging her clients to process their lived experiences in the here and now. Amy strives to create a safe counseling space that embraces diversity, adheres to her professional and personal ethical codes, and welcomes change.
 
Kelly Guerriero Kelly M. Guerriero
Student Clinician, MS Candidate in Clinical Mental Health
Counseling

Kelly is a third-year graduate student at the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program at Molloy College. She is currently practicing as a clinician under a licensed mental health counselor at the Mental Health and Wellness Center at Molloy. Kelly specializes in a goal-oriented, person-centered, cognitive behavioral therapy approach. She provides every person with a safe, supportive, and non-judgmental space, which allows her clients to explore how their past experiences and negative thinking patterns may be affecting their lives, while also gaining deeper insight of themselves and their overall goals. Kelly is experienced in working with people of all different ages, backgrounds, and levels. She has previously worked with individuals who struggle with anxiety, depression, family and relationship issues, major life changes and stressors, and other mood disorders. Kelly strives to empower her clients to find their own inner happiness, achieve their goals, and develop helpful and healthy skills for them to use beyond the therapy room.  
 
Theresa Eaves Theresa N. Eaves
Student Clinician, MS Candidate in Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Theresa is a third-year graduate student at the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program at Molloy College. She is currently practicing as a clinician under a licensed mental health counselor at the Mental Health and Wellness Center at Molloy. She specializes in multicultural, person centered, and solution-focused therapy. She has had experience working with individuals living with anxiety, depression, major life changes and stressors, social anxiety, and sleep challenges. Theresa tailors her therapeutic approach to each individual's needs and grounds her work in the power of cultural influences, personal stories, and balanced positive psychology. Her personal and professional experience empowers Theresa to serve individuals and their stories with curiosity, an open heart and mind, and respect. 

 
Paisley Falvo Paisley Falvo
Student Clinician, MS Candidate in Clinical Mental Health Counseling


Paisley is a third-year graduate student in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program at Molloy College. She is currently practicing as a clinician under the supervision of a licensed mental health counselor at the Mental Health and Wellness Center at Molloy College. She has experience working with persons living with depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, substance abuse, and trauma. Paisley believes each individual is unique and caters to each client's needs as such. She prides herself on treating each client with an open mind and open heart to ensure a safe and comfortable therapeutic environment.