Molly Gratton is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Registered Play Therapist/Supervisor.  She is a registered 03clinical supervisor through the state of Idaho.  Molly received her Master’s Degree in Social Work in 1998 and a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Development and Family Life with an emphasis in Juvenile Justice in 1993 from the University of Kansas.   Molly has served on the board of directors for the Idaho Play Therapy Association  since July 2008.  She served as the President from July 2009 through June 2015 and is currently serving on the board as Past President and Secretary.  She is the founder and owner of Molly and Me Counseling and Training Center.  With over 20 years of experience helping children and their families deal with issues such as trauma, attachment disruptions, loss and grief, divorce, behavioral problems, autism spectrum disorders, depression and anxiety, Molly is dedicated to enhancing and empowering the lives of the people with whom she works. Molly provides counseling services to children, adolescents and families as well as play therapy training and supervision services to professionals.  She has a special love for children who have autism and is certified in AutPlay working with children on the Autism Spectrum.

Molly has extensive specialized training in child-parent relational therapies including Theraplay, Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy (DDP), and Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI.)  Molly was trained under Dr. Karyn Purvis and Dr. David Cross, co-authors of “The Connected Child,” in Trust-Based Relational Interventions. “Utilizing Trust Based Parenting, in combination with Theraplay (a specialized play therapy modality,) has been a huge asset to my treatment approach with families. I value the power of the parent-child relationship. I am honored to assist families in strengthening this relationship, and I love being a witness to their growth and healing.”  A unique treatment plan is created for every child following an initial evaluation where history, symptomology and life stressors are reviewed. Children and adolescents can be seen individually and/or in family therapy. Parents may receive parent education and training on how to provide positive nurturing, structuring, engagement and discipline for their child(ren) while managing difficult and challenging behaviors.  At Molly and Me Counseling, it is believed children heal with their loving and nurturing support system in place.  Therefore, it is imperative that parents be a part of the healing journey.

Molly is a 2009 graduate of the Association for Play Therapy’s (APT) Leadership Academy.   In 2012, 2013, 2016, 2017, and 2018 she served as a member of the APT Conference Program Committee;   Molly was a member of the Key Awards Committee for the years 2012 through 2015; she served as a member of the APT Public Awareness Task Force in 2013-2014, and in 2014 was a member of the APT State Branch President’s Training Task Force.

Molly is a mother to an active 11 year old son and has shared her home, family and love as a foster parent for over five years.  Anyone who knows Molly would know her happiest place on earth is with her family “doing” Disney!!



IMG_1611Amanda Neibaur is a Licensed Masters Social Worker currently working towards becoming a Clinical Social Worker and Registered Play Therapist. Amanda received her Master’s Degree in Social Work in 2011 and a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology in 2007 from Boise State University.  She is certified in AutPlay Therapy and effectively works with children on the autism spectrum.

She has extensive experience working with children, adolescents and families in various settings in the Treasure Valley. These experiences include the Boise School District, Girl Scouts of America, the YMCA, Life’s Kitchen, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Wednesday’s Child and PATH Idaho. Her experiences in these agencies have helped shape her love for working with and promoting the well-being of children.

Amanda has provided counseling to children, adolescents and adults in addictions, foster care/adoptions, and in private practice for the last five years. She has helped children struggling with attachment issues, anxiety, depression, ADHD, defiance, adjustment disorder and more.

Her primary focus is addressing her clients’ social, emotional and behavioral needs within the context of their environment. Amanda works to inspire positive behavioral changes in her clients through play, creativity, mindfulness and cognitive-behavioral interventions. She is passionate about working with families and supports a holistic approach to helping children learn who they are, explore their dreams and develop an empowered self so that they can realize their true potential.  She believes in tailoring therapy to each individual child and working closely with parents to achieve goals.

She enjoys traveling, spending time outdoors and playing golf. The majority of her time is spent with her husband, playing with her two young children and entertaining family and friends.



Kate Woodward is a Licensed Masters Social Worker currently working towards IMG_1609becoming a Clinical Social Worker and Registered Play Therapist.  Kate graduated in 2016 with her masters in social work from the University of Southern California.  She is certified in AutPlay Therapy and loves working with children on the autism spectrum.  Kate is passionate about helping children and families heal and handle all that life throws their way. Her goal is to help each child and family learn skills to cope in the future situations. Play is such a natural way to teach these skills and help children be at ease, which is why Kate is so excited about using play therapy.

In free time, Kate and her husband love the beauty of the Treasure Valley. They love taking their dog for hikes and going floating down the river.




pamPam Curry is a Licensed Professional Counselor currently working towards becoming a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor.  Pam received her dual emphasis Master’s Degree in Counseling and School Counseling from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh and worked as a K-8 Counselor in the Schools for many years.

Pam’s core value is HOPE, and she strongly believes that everyone can learn and grow. To be a part of that growth process with others is both a privilege and a blessing. Pam works with children, adolescents and adults, knowing that everyone lives out their own unique journey, developing their gifts and talents as they go.

Pam is a mother and grandmother, loves photography, water aerobics, cooking, writing and just having fun wherever she goes.





Erica Clemens is a Licensed Masters Social Worker from Northwest Nazarene University as of this year, 2017 and also received my BA in Social Work through NNU back in 2011. Her experiences have been a wide variety from working with clients Ericathrough The Nampa Salvation Army Youth Center, Advocates for Inclusion, Idaho Department of Juvenile Correction, West Valley Medical Behavioral Health Unit, as well as working as a Mental Health Clinician for the Idaho Department of Correction. All of these experiences have expanded her understanding of mental health and have been a motivation for her to work with the families and children in the Treasure Valley area.

She has experience working with youth as well as adults in individual and group settings addressing the following: PTSD symptoms, substance abuse treatment, depression, mood management, anxiety, grief and loss, and anger reduction.

Her vision is to continue working with children and parents identifying healthy communication in a positive and safe environment. She thrives on finding creative ways to communicate and work with children. With the understanding that each child is unique in their own way, she believes in the application of therapeutic techniques that are child centered, solution focused, and goal oriented on their specific needs.  Her hope is to empower, encourage, educate, and equip each one of her clients in their own areas of life.

She is energetic and all about having healthy fun with relatives and friends. She and her husband enjoy doing creative and adventurous activities with their two toddlers every week as a family. She is a musician (she plays the drums, piano, and guitar) and enjoys teaching children music in the community when she has spare time. She has a huge passion for scenic and candid photography and spends much time outdoors catching as many photo shots possible.   She is excited to be a part of Molly and Me and thrilled to work with parents and children in this community.
Rachel Blick is Molly and Me Counseling and Training Center’s student intern studying at Northwest Nazarene University School of Social Welfare.   Rachel is currently a Master of Social Work student at Northwest Nazarene University and is loving it! Her passion in life is helping others, so naturally, social work was the natural road for Rachel to embark upon.  She realized she wanted to commit herself to the service of others when she was a counselor at a residential treatment facility in Billings, MT.   It was life-changing to see the hope, trust, and empowerment  she helped foster in adolescents. At Molly and Me Counseling, she offers case management services and group therapy, along with helping in whatever way she can to make sure the needs of our families are met. She strives to provide the best service to families that enter Molly and Me Counseling.  She shares, “I am incredibly thankful for this opportunity!”
If you are interested in counseling services for your child and/or family, appointments can be made by contacting the office at 208-576-6464.  If you are interested in receiving training in Play Therapy visit the Training Center link on this website.