Find a Therapist in Franklin, Tennessee.

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Psychotherapist

Travis R. Hill, LPC/MHSP, DCC

Licensed Professional Counselor

106 Mission Ct. #201, Franklin, Tennessee

My style of psychotherapy is a mindfulness-based cognitive behavioral approach. This means that we work on three areas to improve the issues you are dealing with. 1) Behavioral- we look at goals, skills, and techniques to help you 2) Cognitive- we work at recognizing and changing negative thinking 3) Mindfulness- we use meditation as a tool to learn to calm down, be in the present moment, and learn acceptance and letting go

Psychotherapist

Weston Crafton, MA, LMFT

Licensed Marital & Family Therapist

1604 Westgate Circle Suite 240, Brentwood, Tennessee

I consider myself to be a brief therapist. This means I am focused on listening very closely to what you most desire to gain from meeting with me, and I strive to help you discover solutions as soon as possible. Therapy is a process of learning new tools and skills to overcome hurdles and longstanding patterns. It is my goal that you leave each session with me with a fresh perspective and possibilities for change. Please reach out to me for a free 15-minute phone consultation.

Psychotherapist

Randall Phillips, Ph.D, LMFT

Licensed Marital and Family Therapist

725 Cool Springs Blvd Suite 600, Franklin, Tennessee

Therapy is about the client not my favorite approach. This means that each session begins with making sure the clients concerns are very much front and center at the beginning of each session. Each session ends with an appraisal by the client of how well they believe the therapist related to them and how well the therapist's approach fit the concerns presented. Clients report substantial improvement with fewer sessions due to a client directed approach. I maintain the highest respect for each client's dignity and strive to provide an experience of emotional safety.

Psychotherapist

Monte King, Th.M., M.A.

Professional Counselor

106 Mission Ct , Ste 802, Franklin, Tennessee

"Psychotherapy" is a word that has lost much of it's meaning in our culture. I encourage my clients to start over with understanding what psychotherapy is. The word comes for two Greek words--psyche, meaning "soul or life", and "therapeuo", meaning "to heal or serve". I am here to serve the souls of those who allow me to journey with them for a season, and to help them on a healing path. We often look together at the past, not for endless navel gazing and self-absorbing analysis, but to dislodge places where the client may have become stuck in his/her journey toward healthy adulthood. We also look at the present, and how his/her spiritual and mental habits are affecting their well being.

Psychotherapist

Ramon Presson, Ph.D, LMFT

Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist

106 Mission Court / Suite 802, Franklin, Tennessee

Psychotherapy sounds ominous, doesn't it? Conjures up images of lying on a couch, having your dreams analyzed or you explaining why the ink blot you're shown looks like a bat to you instead of a butterfly. Psychotherapy is really just a technical term for personal counseling. It means a counseling office is a safe place to talk with a qualified professional and caring counselor about what is bothering you. One of my clients expressed it well, "I want to understand why I struggle with some things; and I want to change those things. I know a better future is largely up to me." If that sounds like you, I can help.


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Franklin is located in Williamson County, Tennessee. It has a land area of 41.54 square miles and a water area of 0.21 square miles.  The population of Franklin is 72,639 people with 26,228 households and a median annual income of $85,671. .


Therapy Affordability Meter for Franklin, TN

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Establishing weekly sessions with a professional therapist is considered affordable in Franklin for the average family. While sustaining a commitment to therapy is usually not an issue, if mental health treatment feels like a burden please ask your counselor about accepted insurance plans or sliding scale fees