Frank is a Master’s Level clinical psychologist who focuses on treating adolescents, and adults in a variety of areas. He treats people struggling with substance abuse, trauma, addictive behaviors (including pornography, sex, eating, gambling, video games, etc.), communication, sports/performance, anger and work related issues. He is particularly sensitive to the specific needs of first responders and veterans. He works with individuals from all walks and stages of life.
In addition to providing therapy, he is an adjunct professor at Concordia University in Ann Arbor, in both the Justice and Public Policy and Psychology departments. He also teaches courses at the Washtenaw County Police Academy (Police officer Response to Persons with Mental Illness, and Police Psychological Wellness).
Frank graduated with his Master’s degree from Madonna University in clinical psychology, where he also earned a BA in history. Since then he has treated individuals and groups in a variety of areas including working with prison re-entry and substance abuse in the Ryan Correctional Facility in Detroit. Frank has a commitment to psychoeducation and helping people to understand the issues that plague us and helping to ease the suffering that too often interrupts us from living our lives.