Molly McMillan, Ed.S., MA, LPC

Molly McMillan has over 15 years of experience in education working as a classroom teacher, language specialist, and school counselor. Molly is currently a licensed secondary school counselor. She received her Educational Specialist degree in Educational Leadership and a master’s degree in School Counseling from Northwest Nazarene University. Molly is a proud alum of The College of Idaho where she earned her B.A. in Education and Spanish while getting the opportunity to study abroad in Xalapa, Mexico. 

As a school counselor, with experience spanning elementary and secondary schools, Molly understands the vast and diverse needs facing children and schools today. Molly’s secondary school counseling team has proven its dedication to providing academic, personal/social, and career development by earning the Recognized American Model Program (RAMP) recognition among American School Counseling Programs. It is the highest honor a school counseling program can receive from the American School Counseling Association (ASCA). 

In addition to her experience as a school counselor, Molly also has a strong passion for teaching. Molly taught first grade and English Language Learners (ELL) in elementary and secondary schools.  Molly also taught AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) in junior high nurturing students’ goals and dreams of pursuing post-secondary education. All of these professional experiences give her a unique perspective and developed core skills such as curriculum planning, engagement, and collaboration skills. 

Most recently, Molly has implemented Sources of Strength at her school, a suicide prevention program which focuses on fostering Hope, Health, and Strength. She has attended the Trauma Resource Institute’s level one clinician training learning key skills. Molly has completed the Positive Education Certificate from The Flourishing Center. 

Molly enjoys learning new skills, playing tennis and doing outdoor activities with her husband and her two enthusiastic children.