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Therapists in Franklin

Mary Margaret Johnson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Franklin
Verified by Psychology Today
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
Adam Marshall, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Franklin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, LMFT
“Adam was born in Southern California, raised in Middle Tennessee and later returned to California for academics. After graduating from Westmont College (Santa Barbara, CA) he traveled to Nepal where he taught young monks at the Osel Ling Monastery. It was there that he became convinced that a degree in mindfulness psychology was his goal. So, in December 2012 Adam graduated from the California Institute of Integral Studies (San Francisco, CA), integrating Eastern spiritual traditions with Western psychology. He now returns to Nashville with a unique education and experience that has prepared him to be an expert in his field.
(615) 338-6045
Franklin, Tennessee 37064
William D Aldrich, Counselor  in Franklin
“Everyone faces challenges in today's fast-paced society. Sometimes, the challenges can feel overwhelming. Therapy can help address issues that interfere with our relationships, goals, happiness and ability to function. Change in behavior does not typically come easily, though. Established thinking and behavior patterns may get us through the day, but they also can prevent us from reaching our full potential. When a client establishes a therapeutic relationship with a counselor, they in essence are saying that merely functioning is not good enough. They want more: increased self-awareness, improved relationships, enhanced professional success, greater personal happiness.
(615) 281-9943
Franklin, Tennessee 37064
Angela Mathew, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Franklin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“As a licensed individual, marriage and family counselor with 21 years of counseling experience, my approach to therapy is one of commitment and collaboration. By building a collaborative relationship with clients through genuine acceptance, empathy, and support, the foundation for change is established. It is my goal to help clients live more authentic lives by finding balance, resolving conflicts, and finding courage to take personal risks.
(423) 273-5493
Franklin, Tennessee 37064
James E. Robinson, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Franklin
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, LADAC, NCAC-I, BCBC
“NOT TAKING NEW CLIENTS AT THE MOMENT. I am a state licensed and nationally certified addictions counselor, and a board certified biblical counselor. A recovering alcoholic and drug addict, 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
Holman Andrea, Counselor  in Franklin
“I truly enjoy working with people of all ages and from all walks of life. It is an honor and privilege to journey alongside you as you share your story. I believe counseling can offer a place to heal from broken relationships and difficult life circumstances. My hope is to provide a safe and secure environment for you to explore your story and life experiences. To aid in this process I utilize a variety of approaches including, but not limited to, family systems, attachment based therapy, narrative therapy, expressive therapy, and play therapy for children.
(706) 405-3527
Franklin, Tennessee 37067
Kaye Bradley Williams, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Franklin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, CSAT
“Stuck? Sad? Angry? Frustrated? Just plain scared? Therapy can help. It may seem that the way forward right now is not clear. Maybe this phase is an especially rough time. Sharing your precious inner world to attempt to feel better is a worthy effort that I don't take lightly. You do not have to keep hurting and trying to do this alone. I have had good success with clients in recovery from narcissistic abuse, those trying to change their "people pleasing" behaviors, and with women seeking growth and awareness during life transitions.
(615) 208-5098
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
Teri Murphy, LMFT  in Franklin
“In your relationship, do you feel stuck? Every relationship has ups and downs, and sometimes the downs start to outweigh the ups and you get stuck. If you feel like this, feelings of trust and love can start to fade. If there has been infidelity or trauma, many times it can feel like as much as you want to move on, for some reason, you can't. I specialize in helping couples heal from infidelity, trauma and military deployment/PTSD. I practice Emotionally Focused Therapy, which focuses on decreasing conflict, healing wounds and moving towards trust and deep, loving bonds.
(615) 656-7952
Franklin, Tennessee 37067
Arlin Troyer  in Franklin
“Too often we live life in the fog of good health and favorable circumstances. But then, inevitably, something happens. Something difficult and hard to understand that pushes to the forefront the need for wisdom. Is there hope? On whom can I depend? What am I living for? What matters? Will I live? How will I live? Author and poet Wendell Berry said: "It may be that when we no longer know which way to go, we have begun our real journey. The mind that is not baffled is not employed. The impeded stream is the one that sings."
(615) 274-5572
Franklin, Tennessee 37069
Susan Ham, Counselor  in Franklin
“I would be honored to assist and support you on your journey to a happier, more fufilled life with healthier relationships. With compassion and empathy I will help you discover the basis of your anger, anxiety, depression and other difficult feelings that have precipitated your struggles. Together we will explore your behaviors which have resulted from your hidden conflict and help you foster insight so that you do not repeat painful patterns that affect you and your relationships in the future. We will help you discover strength, clarity and confidence to resolve your issues and embrace a self-assured, empowered and positive life.
(615) 270-9971
Franklin, Tennessee 37067
Dianne Few, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Franklin
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I offer a compassionate and practical approach to counseling, designed to meet your individual needs. Clients tend to feel comfortable quickly with me as they discover they can be themselves. I'm interactive with my clients and seek to make therapy as comfortable and fullfilling as possible. Often clients are worried about confidentiality or other counseling issues. I adhere to the highest ethical standards regarding privacy in therapy. I believe it's important for clients to find a therapist who is a "good fit." Therefore, I would love to answer questions you may have and offer a free telephone consultation.
(615) 800-7896
Franklin, Tennessee 37064
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
Kathleen Ann (Guidry) Stommel, Pastoral Counselor  in Franklin
Pastoral Counselor, MA, LCPM, CTC
“"Are you stuck? Do you need help finding your purpose? Do you need marriage counseling or personalized counsel to help you maneuver successfully through a difficult season in your life" We help families, marriages, and individuals find true healing, restoration, and purpose. We are nationally licensed and trained Clinical Pastoral Counselors and Life Coaches. We help people in the areas of communication, conflict resolution, anger management, addictions, grief, trauma, stress management, nutrition and other life challenges. Kathleen Stommel and her husband Pastor Gary Stommel have seen many marriages reconcile through their marriage counseling tools and techniques.
(615) 656-4090
Franklin, Tennessee 37064
Amanda May,   in Franklin
“You want more than a therapist. You want a confidant, someone who understands, who follows your stories and experiences with an intuitive insight. You may have experienced loss, changes, or disappointments that are affecting your outlook and emotions. You deserve therapy that will lead toward greater understanding, strength, fulfillment, and happiness.
(615) 829-6996
Franklin, Tennessee 37067
Dianne C. Bradley, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Franklin
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“Discretion, trust, and a sense of safety are paramount for successful therapy. Working with couples, individuals, and families, my goal is to provide an environment of privacy and safety. Those who do participate in therapy find that it can be the impetus for improvement in every area of life. For many, therapy can help bring about a greater sense of freedom and creativity, allowing a richer, more fulfilling life. I discreetly work with many individuals and couples with high public profiles in private settings in areas that include marriage counseling, anxiety, self-esteem/confidence, depression, attachment wounds, trauma, and relationship distress.
(615) 212-8813
Franklin, Tennessee 37064
ABA Bridges,   in Franklin
“ABA Bridges provides behavior therapy for individuals suffering from symptoms of Autism, ADHD and related disorders. We provide Board Certified therapist with a proven track record in assisting families and schools in Behavior Techniques and interventions. ABA is the number one recommended treatment for Autism and ADHD. Services include consultation, assessment, treatment and parent/staff training.
(888) 796-8809
Franklin, Tennessee 37067
Elizabeth Wolfe Hill, Psychiatrist  in Franklin
“I am a board certified psychiatrist in private practice in Franklin, Tennessee. I have practiced psychiatry for over twenty years in private practice. I trained at Vanderbilt University, Stanford Medical Center and the University of Medicine and Dentistry in New Jersey.
(615) 257-0141
Franklin, Tennessee 37064
Tracy Steyer, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Franklin
Verified by Psychology Today
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
Angela T Landry, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Franklin
Verified by Psychology Today
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
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