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Therapists in Franklin

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Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I have had the privilege, for the last 30 years, of working with over 10,000 remarkable folks who have taught me invaluable lessons over and over about the incredible resilience and possibilities of the human spirit. Utilizing our six day workshop for individuals, our five day couples workshop, individual, couples, group and family therapy, Heartstream Journeys treats issues around relationship struggles, historical trauma and the desire to create life in the most meaningful way in primary love relationships, parenting, with family and friends and within oneself and one's spiritual connection. It is my profound privilege to Journey with you.
(615) 538-0074
Franklin, Tennessee 37069
Missy Shaw,   in Franklin
“Life can be a struggle and confusing. My goal is to help my clients manage life in the healthiest way possible. I spend time in session helping clients discover how they make decisions, and how their family of origin effects this decision making process. My passion is to help my clients find confidence through self awareness, and relationship boundaries. I love to watch clients become independent, and confident people. I strive to provide my clients with a comfortable, nonjudgemental environment which allows them the freedom to explore past, present, and future issues that impact their lives.
(615) 538-0283
Franklin, Tennessee 37067
Marcus S Geromes  in Franklin
“I enjoy working with individuals and couples who are motivated to work toward positive change in their life and relationships. I work with individual men and women experiencing relationship issues, anger issues, depression, and anxiety, as well as with couples in crisis or preparing for marriage.
(615) 800-8434
Franklin, Tennessee 37067
Cindy Butler Mancini, Psychologist  in Franklin
“I believe we all do our very best to cope with life’s challenges. Allowing someone to face those challenges with you can be one of the hardest aspects of starting psychotherapy. I approach therapy as a partner in exploration and discovery. I work toward creating a safe, warm environment that facilitates connection, understanding, and positive change. Every person is unique and so are their strengths, struggles, and goals, so I focus on tailoring treatment to the specific needs of each client.
(615) 270-9994
Franklin, Tennessee 37064
Mary Margaret Johnson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Franklin
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Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LPC, MHSP
“I am a trained and licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a licensed professional counselor. I works with couples, families and individuals with an array of emotional and relational conflicts. She is also a trained sex therapist. Those seeking treatment for marital dissatisfaction, affair recovery, sex therapy, eating disorders, trauma and abuse, anxiety and depression, grief and loss, parenting and family discord, emotional and spiritual conflict as well as teen sexual issues will find I help individuals, couples and families develop skills, wisdom and insight necessary for lasting change.
(615) 209-9278
Franklin, Tennessee 37064
Michelle Dolan,   in Franklin
“I am a Certified Life Coach to females ages 11 - 29. In my sessions, I offer clients a powerful interaction that fosters within each girl a deepened self-awareness and self-understanding. She will also learn tangible tools that can help her overcome her challenges, embrace herself and achieve her goals. Some of my specialties include helping with academic and social anxiety, organization, negative feelings about self, choices around dating/sex/break-ups, formation of healthy personal boundaries, decision-making around the future, formation of life goals, improved communication and development of increased sense of personal responsibility.
(615) 239-1041
Franklin, Tennessee 37068
Angela T Landry, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Franklin
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Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, CST, NCC
“Angela Landry, LMFT addresses the counseling needs of clientele in the Brentwood and greater Nashville area by integrating Biblical truths and sound counseling psychology. I believe each person is responsible for his or her own mental, physical, and emotional well being. I believe that true change in a client's life can happen when they truly desire and are willing to do the work required to live a healthy, invigorating, and happy life. I specialize in working with couples and individuals heal and enrich their sexuality, personhood and relationship. Areas of focus are: sexual dysfunction, desire concerns and past trauma.
(615) 219-1104
Franklin, Tennessee 37067
Tressa Gibbs, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Franklin
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Do you want to stop fighting with your spouse, but don't know how? Do you wonder if there should be more to marriage than this? Do you want to have more emotional and physical intimacy in your marriage? There is hope and I can help! I am passionate about helping couples connect and fall back in love!
(615) 257-1997
Franklin, Tennessee 37064
Rob Curwen, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Franklin
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Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Trust and respect: Two requirements for love to grow. If your relationship is in trouble, these parts are probably missing. I specialize in helping couples rebuild when trust and respect are lost. Nothing damages a relationship more than betrayal. There is a process to not just recovering from, but redeeming what has happened. In many ways the betrayal is like a big boulder in the way of your relationship. Couples who don't address the boulder end up dragging it with them. The goal of counseling is to push the boulder out of the way and leave it behind.
(615) 208-7517
Franklin, Tennessee 37067
Cheryl F. Smith, Psychologist  in Franklin
“Does this sound familiar? "Nothing I do is good enough." "My mind won't stop." "I have nothing to feel bad about, but I still feel stuck." "I want to feel better but nothing seems to work." If these thoughts resonate with you, I may be of some assistance. I help clients clearly define their goals and values. Then, they learn to develop a new and improved relationship with their internal dialogue so that their behaviors are well thought out and purposeful. Developing psychological flexibility such as this has a profound effect on one's well-being.
(615) 454-9974
Franklin, Tennessee 37067
TONY OWENS : Educare Counseling Center, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Franklin
“We believe that persons who suffer from Chemical dependency and get involved in the Criminal Justice System as well as the public are better served when individuals are offered an alternatives to sentencing. Access to treatment for chemical dependency can seek to restore lives, relationships and productivity. For every dollar spent on treatment our society saves approximately $7.00. We will never punish people well ! Only by providing intervention & treatment can the underlying cause be addressed & the cycle of incarceration be broken. If you are stuck in the revolving door, Educare Counseling Center can help. We advocate for treatment as an alternative.
(615) 599-9917
Franklin, Tennessee 37064
Tracy Steyer, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Franklin
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Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, Rule, Family, Mediato
“Practice specialization is marital, divorce, and blended family orientations. Modalities utilized are designed for identifying issues related to effective communication, emotional triggers, and resolution of transgenerational family patterns.
(615) 671-4163
Franklin, Tennessee 37067
James E. Robinson, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Franklin
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Drug & Alcohol Counselor, LADAC, NCAC-I, BCBC
“I am a state licensed and nationally certified addictions counselor, and a board certified biblical counselor. A recovering alcoholic and drug addict with more than twenty years of sobriety, I bring my personal life experience as well as more than a decade of professional work in the field of alcohol and drug addiction, sex addiction, codependency issues, and family systems therapy. An experienced communicator, I have conducted teaching workshops in churches, schools, treatment centers, and correctional facilities. I am author of several books, including Coming Home to a Place Called Hope, Prodigal Song: A Memoir, and the novel The Flower of Grass."
(615) 685-0229
Franklin, Tennessee 37067
Mike Vannoy, Counselor  in Franklin
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LCAS, CCS, LPCA
“I treat adolescents, adults, and families. I am very well suited to work with a wide spectrum of populations including both mental health and substance use issues. Most of my patients find that I am a good listener with empathic and genuine qualities. I am dedicated to my work and believe in meeting my patients where they are in relation to our work together. If you are looking for a therapist who is versatile, experienced, and open to a variety of issues I might be a good fit for you.
(828) 572-3010
Franklin, Tennessee 37067
Kathy Coaches LLC,   in Franklin
“After decades of informally coaching business associates, friends, and family members to new levels of success and resolution, I transitioned to be a Certified Professional Life Coach. Now known as America's Coach for Balance, Centering, and Calm, I use the extensive training and case studies I learned in Life Coach Certification Program and 44 years of marriage combined with child rearing to help today's busy, middle-aged women and men find balance in all aspects of their life.
(615) 229-7395
Franklin, Tennessee 37069
Philip Zimmerman, LMFT, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Franklin
“Knowing that the therapeutic relationship is built on trust, hope, and care, I create an environment in which people can be themselves. My approach is holistic, acknowledging the interaction of mind, body and spirit in the healing process. I invite people to look at both how they have been hurt and what they have done with their pain. At core, I view counseling as a healing relationship that helps people grow in their capacity to love others and to love themselves.
(615) 656-7187
Franklin, Tennessee 37067
Juli Clendenin  in Franklin
“Everyone has a story. We often focus on negative beliefs and fail to see potential strengths in our stories that could assist us in overcoming obstacles. My goal is to help you move from pain to a discovery of your strengths so that you can deal more effectively with life's challenges. I provide a caring, empathic space in which clients are accepted unconditionally; a safe space for people to explore issues that are causing pain. With support and guidance, we will work together to look at challenging issues and understand how long-standing negative beliefs can be impacting your current circumstances.
(615) 763-4027
Franklin, Tennessee 37067
Hillard (Trey) Ellis Holt III, Counselor  in Franklin
“Just a regular guy dealing with regular people. With 25 years of experience in the field of mental health, nothing surprises me. I work under the theory that we all have our "stuff"! Sometimes it lets us function pretty well on a day-to-day basis, sometimes it doesn't. I am very comfortable working with people in both of these situations, and all the places in between. Whether you are in crisis, or just feeling like you need a place to talk about your life and potential growth, my goal is to create a graceful, non-judgmental environment where that can be done.
(615) 864-9367
Franklin, Tennessee 37064
Jen Rainey  in Franklin
“I am glad you are here. There is a quote by Maya Angelou that reads: "There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you". I believe this quote reveals the incredible potential for healing that can come through the therapeutic process. By taking the courageous step and entering into therapy you give yourself the gift of being able to share your story with another, beginning the process of change and the journey towards your full potential. In my therapy practice, I strive to offer you a comfortable and authentic environment, a place where you will feel known, heard and accepted.
(202) 800-1623
Franklin, Tennessee 37067
Katherine Crouse  in Franklin
“We weren't made to go through this world alone, especially the world we live in today. It is a joy walking beside individuals and families through their difficult times. I love working with children, teaching them communication, working through emotions, behaviors, and strengthening bonds within their families. I also enjoy working with women that have experienced trauma, dealing with self-esteem, anxiety and depression. I believe that a healthy life and freedom is reachable for everyone. Counseling allows me to help with just that. It is an incredible opportunity to walk my clients through healing one conversation at a time.
(615) 454-9440
Franklin, Tennessee 37067
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