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ABOUT

Molinny was founded in 2023 by two registered social workers with the mission of providing mental health training and consulting to businesses and organizations that are invested in the mental wellbeing of their staff and community. Our services are tailored to the specific needs of each business, combining evidence-based strategies and creative approaches to help our clients create a safe, healthy, and productive work environment. We bring our experience, expertise and knowledge to each project, helping our clients make an impact in the lives of their employees.

We are a small Canadian business, but we think big. Our vision is for a world where all helpers and helping professionals feel whole, happy and mentally healthy.

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OUR TEAM

We are pleased to meet you and excited to begin working with you.

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Malorie Moore

Founder and CEO

I am a Registered Social Worker and Certified Career Development Practitioner with over 15 years of working in the field of mental health and non-profit management. I specialize in providing support and services to organizations and businesses that serve community members outside the scope of traditional mental health services. This includes employment service centers, grocery stores and other customer service roles as well as spiritual communities.  

Throughout my career as a social worker, one thing has always been crystal clear: We are often on the brink of burnout. The needs of our communities are vast, and we are working within structures that do not always provide the help people need. A few years ago, I discovered a passion for working with people in helping roles that are often left out of the traditional definition of "helper." This includes anyone who is supporting members of their communities, either through formal or informal work. My mission is to help equip all helpers with the tools, skills and practices that will support them in maintaining good mental health.  

 

I am a queer, white settler living on the traditional territory of the Ktunaxa, Syilx and Sinixt peoples (just outside of Nelson BC). In my spare time I love cycling, rock-climbing and watching Drag Race.

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Lindsay Faul

Founder and CEO 

I am a registered clinical social worker with a masters degree and over 15 years of experience serving clients in the mental health field. I have worked in a variety of settings including schools, universities, centres for survivors of sexual abuse, addiction centres, and juvenile detention centres. I am fully trained in EMDR, CPT for PTSD, and DBT and am committed to continually growing and expanding my knowledge base, in order to best serve my clients and satisfy my drive to be a life-long learner.

 

Helping others has been a driving force in my life for as long as I can remember and I am particularly passionate about working with individuals and groups who have experienced big and small traumas in their lives (which, lets be real, is all of us). To be human is to be flawed and beautifully imperfect and that extends to the damaged and destructive systems we have created that continue to cause daily harm and promote a culture of exhaustion, competition, and scarcity. I am committed both personally and professionally to shifting the status quo and building a new narrative that prioritizes connection, humility, and compassion. It has been an honour and a privilege in my career to see this take root in my work supporting and guiding my clients on their journeys to repair attachment wounds, develop an internal sense of safety and agency, and connect with a deep sense of inner peace and resilience. 

 

I am a white settler that currently resides in Tiohtià:ke/Montréal within the Kanien’kehá:ka Nation. In my spare time, I love dancing, reading, and watching Drag Race and Survivor. 

CONTACT US 

Have a question about one of our training packages? Interested in booking an initial consultation? Reach out- we want to hear from you.

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