Kiera MolloyWellness Mentor
Kiera Molloy is a Duke University alum with a degree in Psychology and Global Health. She spent the bulk of her undergraduate years staring at the bottom of a pool while serving as captain of the varsity swim team. Her passion for mental health and wellness is driven by her unwavering confidence in human resiliency and the power of mind-body connection. Previously, Kiera helped coordinate research studies on mindfulness and neurofeedback at the Duke Behavioral Health and Technology Lab. She felt a pull to the Lowcountry and began working as a Counseling Intern at the National Crime Victims Research and Treatment Center in the fall of 2019. As a Wellness Mentor at Modern Minds, Kiera is energized by the opportunity to zero-in on each person’s unique wellness goals to help make lasting, impactful changes. Kiera enjoys cheering on Duke athletics, looking at pictures of dogs on the internet, and finding waterfall hikes in any location. As an experienced foodie, she also enjoys taste-testing every cuisine around town. Kiera will graduate with her Master of Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Wake Forest University in August 2020.