Hara Mollas

Provisional Psychologist

“Failure is the mother of success”

I believe in empowering and encouraging my clients to reach their full potential.

 

Hara considers it a privilege to be entrusted with the role of guiding others towards healing and collaboratively exploring what it means to be human. This includes understanding that challenges can help us grow and learn.  Hara has a strong interest in working with clients in relation to their anxiety, depression, chronic pain and major life transitions. She believes that we don’t need to wait for things to go wrong to work on ourselves.  All clients can benefit from exploring and understanding themselves, as she believes that every person is competent of achieving one’s aspirations when motivation and resilience are fostered.

Hara has experience as a crisis counsellor at LifeLine, supporting clients who are suicidal. She also has experience working in occupational rehabilitation supporting clients with chronic pain, anxiety, depression, trauma and other issues. Hara currently has provisional registration as she takes the final steps to become a fully registered registered psychologist this year.

She also speaks fluent Greek and Albanian!

Hara believes in an individual approach and draws on a Solution-focused Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Behavioural Activation, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Mindfulness, and Motivational Interviewing.

Hara is also fluent in Greek and Albanian.  She is currently completing her Internship Program to become a fully registered Psychologist in 2022.

 

Outside the Therapy Room

One of my biggest passions is resistance weight training at the gym, as well as doing long distance running on Sunday mornings. I recently competed and won in a bodybuilding competition, and since then I have become more mindful of the needs of my body and mind.

Besides keeping fit and active, I enjoy spending time with my loved friends and family. Additionally, I am a big lover of watching the sunset at the beach.

What am I into right now?

I recently read “Into the Wild”, a true story of the journey of a 24-year-old man who left civilisation to purify himself from the evils of society while travelling towards Alaska without any money or technology.

This book reminded me to appreciate and remain connected with nature. I was also inspired by how the traveller’s benevolent personality affected various people he met along the way.

This resonated with me as one of my aims in life is to make a small or big impact to every person I meet; I believe we can learn something from every single person as our experiences are all unique.   

Booking appointments with Hara

Harula is currently taking new clients and is available Wednesday, Thursday evenings and Saturdays.