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NEOBH CLINICAL STAFF & SPECIALTIES

Nicole Molnar, Ed.S.

Population Served:  Children, Adolescents, Families

Office Location:  Cuyahoga Falls

Ms. Molnar received a Master of Arts degree in Psychology from Marshall University in 1998, and was awarded an Educational Specialist Degree the following year.  She was certified as a School Psychologist in West Virginia in 1999, and following her relocation to Ohio in September of 2003 she became licensed as a school psychologist through the Ohio State Board of Psychology as well as the Ohio Department of Education.  Ms. Molnar currently works as a Psychology Assistant under the clinical supervision of Robin Tener, Ph.D.

Ms. Molnar has worked with children, adults and families within a variety of settings, including school programs, private agency settings, and a home-based family preservation project.  Her work with severely troubled children in adoptive environments resulted in the development of particular interest and expertise in intensive therapeutic interventions with children who manifest Reactive Attachment Disorder.  

Ms. Molnar’s clinical work at NEOBH is almost exclusively devoted to the treatment of children who demonstrate attachment problems, and she additionally provides extensive consultation to caregivers and family members. She has facilitated professional training on a variety of topics related to child abuse and neglect, and has delivered community presentations to Court-appointed special advocates, school personnel, parents and youth leaders. 

Ms. Molnar is currently a Clinical Supervisor with the Positive Education Program.  Within this role, Ms. Molnar provides supervision of clinical services delivered within the Partial Hospitalization Program.  As such, she monitors and instructs staff and is responsible for all staff the directly provide clinical services to clients.  She is also responsible for the diagnosis of clients, and conducts intakes for clients who are transitioning into the program. Ms. Molnar is additionally responsible for on-site records control and the supervision of family service programs.

Specialty Areas

Attachment/Bonding

Adoption Issues

Trauma Victims/Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Teen Pregnancy and Other Adolescent Issues

Behavior Disorders

Psychological Evaluations


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