Dr Mollart practiced in the NHS from 2007 to 2019. She worked as the Deputy Clinical Lead of a London mental health service. She has experience of working with individuals, couples, adults, older adults and adolescents, within a wide range of NHS health care settings. She specializes in working with couples and also supporting people who have long-term physical health problems such as diabetes, chronic pain and chronic fatigue.
Dr Mollart wrote her doctoral thesis on adolescents’ experiences of going to boarding school and has an interest in the impact of boarding school on psychological wellbeing.
Dr Mollart holds a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Oxford University.
Dr Mollart is a registered Practitioner Psychologist with The Health Care Professional Council (HCPC), which monitors and regulates the practice of Clinical Psychologists.
She is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist with The British Psychological Society (BPS). The BPS is the representative body for psychology and psychologists in the UK. Practicing certificates are only issued to Chartered Psychologists, which is the benchmark of professional recognition for a psychologist. It reflects the highest standards of knowledge and expertise.
She is an accredited Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist with the British Association of Behavioural Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP). The BABCP is the lead organisation for the theory, practice and development of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) in the UK. BABCP Accreditation is the “Gold Standard” that every CBT Psychotherapist is striving to achieve. To achieve accreditation with the BABCP demonstrates that the therapist has met the criteria outlined in their core profession, qualifications and clinical experience.
Dr Mollart receives regular supervision in line with BABCP and BPS guidance, and she also attends conferences and skills based workshops to maintain and develop her knowledge and skill set.