find clarity and balance for the life you want to live

Therapy for Young Adults in New York and Florida

Virtual Therapy in New York and Florida

college students, graduate students, and young professionals

Learning how to navigate life as a young adult is hard! You are trying to balance the demands of work or school, family, and friends, all while figuring out who you are and who you want to be.

As a driven and successful individual, you may put a lot of pressure on yourself and feel constrained by your own expectations. This can lead to constant self-doubt and feeling like you're always reaching for an unattainable (or unrealistic) goal. You may be overextending yourself to others, and not focusing on yourself. Perhaps you have negative thought patterns or behaviors that are causing discomfort or you don't always understand your reactions.

Virtual therapy can help. If you live in New York or Florida, let's work together to discover the barriers that are keeping you from finding balance in your life - taking care of yourself and setting boundaries is not selfish!

LCSW Mollie Candib virtual therapy session

Therapy Can Help - Virtual Therapy Sessions in New York + Florida

A Compassionate and Collaborative Approach

I do not believe in a "one size fits all" framework of therapy. I believe in a personalized approach to therapy and know that you are the expert of your life.

I take the time to get to know you and gain an understanding of the factors that impact you and your ability to live the life you want to live. I am solution-focused and work with you to set both short and long-term therapeutic goals.

I understand that building a trusting therapeutic alliance is one of the keys to making lasting changes through therapy. Because of this, I take a relatable and humanistic approach to therapy.

My goal is to create a comfortable and supportive environment where you can be you 100% of the time and we can focus on what you need to work toward meaningful change.

Areas of Focus


Persistent worries and fears keep you from fully engaging in the present moment.

Low Self-Esteem

Negative self-image and a lack of confidence undermine your belief in your own worth and potential.


Striving for flawlessness and feeling overwhelmed by high standards holds you back from embracing your imperfections and enjoying life.

Disordered Eating

Unhealthy thoughts and behaviors around food and exercise disrupt your relationship with nourishment and movement.

Stressful Life Transitions

Life changes bring uncertainty and stress, requiring support and guidance to navigate the challenges and find a sense of stability and growth.

Relationship Issues

Challenges in relationships (romantic, familial, or social) create conflict and hinder your ability to connect and maintain fulfilling connections with others.

Body Image Concerns

Preoccupation with your appearance creates distress and dissatisfaction, preventing you from accepting and embracing your body as it is.

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Intrusive thoughts and repetitive behaviors consume your daily life, making it difficult to focus on anything else.

School or Work Stress

Overwhelming pressure and demands from academic or professional responsibilities impact your ability to have balance and success.


The hardest part of change is not that you are not capable of it,

but is in letting go of what has been comfortable.