Danny Moloney

Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Case Manager & Community Liaison


Danny received their Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Western Carolina University in 2017. In addition to their role as Case Manager, Danny is also a member of the Counseling and Wellness Center's 

Social Justice and Health Equity Team, Gender Affirming Care Team, and LGBTQ+ Student Health and Wellness Team. Danny believes in each person’s unique wisdom, and as a therapist, they seek to help those they work with connect more deeply with their innate knowing and power. Danny brings compassion and presence to each session, seeking to create a safe place for exploration of stressors, current pain, or old wounds. While working with individuals, they hold an awareness of larger systems a person may be a part of (e.g., family system, systemic oppression, etc.). A session with Danny may include talking through an issue, practicing skills, or another form of expression that feels in line with what a client wants.

Professional Interests

Intersectionality, LGBTQ+, family and interpersonal dynamics, mindfulness, Internal Family Systems, self-compassion, and trauma.

Personal interests

Bird-watching, dancing, petting my dogs, puttering with plants, playing soccer, and big laughs.

“Even when muddy, your wings sparkle bright, wonders that heal broken worlds.”
― Aberjhani, The River of Winged Dreams