Brooke Franzman, M.S.W.
Brooke Franzman enjoys working with individuals of all ages drawing on their strengths to help them navigate and cope with the ups and downs in life and improve their mental health. Brooke utilizes facets of Person-Centered Therapy, NarrativeTherapy, and Motivational Interviewing in addition to others as she tailors her interventions depending on the unique needs of the individual. Brooke provides an environment of compassion and support to help clients overcome obstacles, achieve their goals, and lead fulfilling lives.
Brooke earned a master’s degree in social work from Barry University and has provided therapeutic services in a variety of settings including schools, alternative education centers, juvenile detention centers, and correctional facilities. She has also worked in the community providing outpatient services to children and families. Brooke is a post-Master’s registered clinical social work intern. Brooke has an undergraduate degree in special education from Ball State University and considers herself an ally and advocate for people with disabilities. Brooke’s language skills include American Sign Language (ASL) and Thai.