Chris Franke, MSW, LCSW
Chris Franke enjoys restoring hope, inspiring change, and healing in his work with people. He brings a unique combination of skills and personality to his work at Kenosis. Chris loves to laugh and often uses inspirational materials in his work.
Chris received his Masters and Bachelors Degrees of Social Work from Indiana University Bloomington. Chris has worked extensively with children and adolescents in various settings including clinical therapy, supervised visitation, Boys and Girls’ Clubs, and summer camps. Chris also enjoys working with adults experiencing anxiety, depression, and anger as well as struggling families. Using a combination Cognitive-behavioral therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, schema change, and experiential learning, Chris strives to help individuals achieve health and happiness. His specialty areas of focus are adolescent behavioral issues, family-relational issues, couples and marital therapy, anxiety, depression, and anger management for ages 9 and up.
Chris firmly believes that all people have unique strengths that can help to achieve their personal hopes and desires and that growth requires accountability and perseverance. Chris has over three years of experience working with people in individual, group, and family settings.
Chris desires to be a life-long learner and will always pursue new knowledge. He has a desire to become trained in the evidence-based trauma therapy, EMDR. He looks forward to using continued knowledge and experience to help people achieve THEIR goals and realize a bright future.