I have been treated by Doctor Mollart for the last 4 months. After decades of therapy for severe depression, OCD and a personality disorder, I've come to expect less and less from the process and therapists. Dr. Mollart turned my view of both upside down, moving me in a very short period from one of the lowest points of my life to a relatively high one. This is all the more impressive because Dr. Mollart had treated me whilst undergoing severe external challenges - my physical health deteriorated suddenly mid-way through therapy, then I experienced a breakup and was facing professional challenges besides. To think that during this time my suicidal thoughts actually DECLINED and my overall mood and wellbeing improved, is almost unbelievable to me. Though she would like me to credit myself more for the progress, I largely have Dr. Mollart to thank.
How does she do this? First, the good doctor is among the most compassionate and insightful people I've met, instantly sussing out emotional layers and responding as if she had just experienced those emotions herself. Add to this the most diverse set of therapy strategies I've ever encountered in a single therapist and you end up getting the comfort of talking to a good friend combined with the learning that comes from being coached by an expert. In 4 short months, she has taught me how to be more compassionate towards my vulnerable side and more decisive against my inner punisher. She has given me imagery work for anxiety, boosted my self-esteem by pointing out inner strength I've forgotten existed and given me creative assignments to locate meaning when life seemed empty all of the sudden. Her resourcefulness continues to amaze me, as she seems unstumped by the host of mental challenges I pose to her on a weekly basis and yet manages to create a safe space for my emotions all the while.
I could not recommend Dr. Mollart more highly. I've had a good, many therapists and psychiatrists treat me over the years, and none has had nearly the impact she has, nor impressed me professionally as much. You could do a lot worse for a therapist, but I strongly doubt you could do better.
Her practice has given me skills, insights and a support framework I have not dared hope for after years of failed efforts with therapy.