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Franklin Clinic Family Care Center

Family Care Center - Franklin, TN

5030 Carothers Pkwy, Ste 120 Franklin, TN 37067

Phone: 615-623-4637

Fax: 615-534-2176

Behavioral Health Services for Williamson County in Franklin

Family Care Center Franklin is located at 5030 Carothers Pkwy, Ste 120 Franklin, TN 37067. At our clinic, we provide comprehensive behavioral health services, including counseling, medication management, and more. We aim to provide a welcoming, compassionate, and safe environment for people from all walks of life. At Family Care Center, we believe that individuals can heal from mental health issues, as long as they have the right support, and we’re proud to provide the residents of Williamson County and the surrounding areas with just that.

Meet the Providers

Amy Shelton Family care center
Amy Shelton, LPC-MHSP - Clinic Director

Beginning her career as a College Therapist and Counselor at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Amy has over 10 years of experience in both counseling and teaching psychology, She has a passion for helping people and provides care with a patient centered approach. Amy uses an integrative counseling method that leans heavily on Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy to meet each patient’s individual needs. She is EMDR trained and works with patients who are dealing with trauma.

Isabella Cipriani-Bluemmel family care center
Isabella Cipriani-Bluemmel, Clinic Administrator

Working in mental health is my true passion, but I have gotten to experience many facets of healthcare throughout my career. I am a Master of Science in Psychology graduate with an in-depth knowledge of administrative practices and management. I am excited to be a part of such an extraordinary team, and connecting with our community here in Franklin is one of the best parts of my job!

Andrew Holmgren family care center
Andrew Holmgren, LPC-MHSP

I approach counseling from a collaborative perspective, in which you, the client, and I work together to identify ways to address your concerns and meet your therapeutic goals. In session, I take an interpersonal stance where we explore the ways that your relationships with others can impact the concerns that brought you to therapy as well as how these concerns might impact your current relationships. I firmly believe that each client has the ability to accomplish their goals when they can engage authentically in a nonjudgmental therapeutic space. 

Deanna Martin family care center
Deanna Martin, PA-C

I want to support you on your journey!

“You are a light, You are the light! Never let anyone – any person or any force – dampen, dim, or diminish your light. Study the path of others to make your way easier and more abundant. Lean toward the whispers of your own heart, discover the universal truth, and follow its dictates.” – John Lewis

Melissa Herb family care center
Melissa Herb, LCSW

Melissa Herb is a graduate of the University of Tennessee with certifications in grief, truama, and DBT. As your therapist, she will help you practice the skills for growing hope by increasing self-compassion, self-regulation, and interpersonal rhythm. Reconnecting with passions like music, art, and poetry allow for a life with more meaning. Let’s explore what gets your groove back.

Abby Pluss family care center
Abby Pluss, Medical Office Receptionist - Regional Lead

I have always known that I wanted to help people and going into the behavioral health industry has always been the clear point for me to help others. Working at the Family Care Center is amazing, and I enjoy helping others and seeing them be able to talk to someone and better themselves. I cannot be any more excited to help everyone on their journey through therapy.

Kristi Wyckoff family care center
Kristi Wyckoff, LCSW, CCTP, ATDCS

Your stories matters and you are worthy of wellness and joy. Reaching out for help for yourself or your children can be a difficult step and I am here for you on that journey. It would be an honor to be a part of your healing process, and build a relationship based in safety, trust, respect, and compassion. I will listen to your unique preferences and use proven approaches that work best for you. I am ready to meet you where you are and work with you to achieve your goals.

Nabila Salam, LPC-MHSP

“Progress, not perfection.” The healing journey begins with any step taken to improve yourself, and every step deserves to be celebrated. As a strengths-based therapist, my aim is to help you rediscover and cultivate your internal and external resources towards the purpose of becoming your best self. We will celebrate each victory and grow from every struggle taken in your journey of improvement and healing. I will walk beside you in a partnership as you take steps to learn how to build a better life.

Candice Beatty family care center
Candice Beatty , LPC-MHSP

Challenges and struggles in life are a human experience. Sometimes navigating these events is confusing and overwhelming. It is okay to not have all the answers. Asking for help and guidance is a form of self-care that you deserve. Counseling offers a safe place for you to explore your thoughts and feelings, your past and hopes for the future. Along the way, finding insight, accessing your skills and inner strength will give you the hope and motivation to continue on your journey. “Growth is never by mere chance. It is the result of forces working together.” James Cash Penney. I have over 20 years of counseling experience and I enjoy working with those age 16 and up.

Dakotah Willis family care center
Dakotah Willis, PA-C

As a Physician Assistant it is my duty to explore all aspects of your health. In order to treat every patient holistically, I use the 4-part biopsychosocial-spiritual model. This acknowledges that each and every individual has 4 key factors surrounding your mental wellbeing these being: biological, psychological, social and spiritual. Using evidence-based practice I will dive into each of these aspects in order to fully understand what brought you to me. I want to be your teammate on this journey of healing and be the support you need to be able to celebrate and enjoy life to the fullest extent.

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Elizabeth Lee Moore, LCSW

I like working with adults, specifically women, who experience anxiety, stress, and depression. Worry happens in your mind, stress happens in your body, and anxiety happens in your mind and your body. In small doses, worry, stress and anxiety can be positive forces in our lives. But research shows that most of us are too worried, too stressed and too anxious. I want to help my clients feel empowered to take control of
their lives and move towards the life they want. I believe in the importance of the therapeutic relationship for healing and growth, and I strive to create a safe, accepting space for each of my clients.

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Whitney Blankenbaker, TMS Care Coordinator
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Gail Harris, MA
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Jeri Hulan, Clinic Administrator
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