Franklin Family Services: Outpatient Therapy

The outpatient therapy department provides services to children, adolescents, and adults that are in need of emotional support or counseling. We offer a safe, supportive environment to work out problems and/or cope with issues including life stressors (divorce, abuse, death of family members or friends), problems at home, work or school, behavioral issues, managing anger, and dealing with feelings of sadness or anxiety.

We offer individual, group, family, play, and couples counseling.   Our specialties include:

Depression Separation and Divorce
Anxiety Disorders Empowerment
Addictions Women’s Issues
Marital/Couples Therapy Solution-Focused Therapy
Trauma Eriksonian Hypnotherapy Procedures
Behavioral Management of Children and Adolescents Men’s Issues
OCD EAP and DUI assessments
Bipolar Disorder Sexual Offender Treatment Specialist JSO
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Bereavement
Intellectual Disabilities Parenting Concerns
Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) Life Adjustment Concerns
Play Therapy Chronic Illness
Childhood Developmental Disorders Adoption and Infertility
Interpersonal Social Rhythm Theory Rational Emotive Therapy
Schizophrenia Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Personality Disorders Autism Spectrum Disorder
Grief Conflict Resolution
Cognitive-Behavioral Approach Anger Management
Relationship/Intimacy Issues Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD)
Stress Relief  
Premarital Therapy  
Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
DBT Principals and Strategies

A treatment plan is developed, and the primary clinician and client develop a master treatment plan together based on the client’s needs and desires as a guide for the treatment process. Planning is always person centered and reflective of the goals that you want to achieve. The plan is reviewed with the client every 90 to 120 days to ensure that the outcomes are still the focus of the client.