1150 Upper Hembree Rd.
Roswell, GA 30076
Phone 678.624.0930 x. 16
This practice is a "Safe Space" working to affirm and support individuals and families of all sexual orientations and religious/ethnic backgrounds.
Information Support Resources for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning people and their allies.
Welcome to Dr. Kenneth Frontman's Website
If your are seeking assistance with difficulties achieving personal or professional goals, stress symptoms, personal problems or conflicts with family, peers, friends, or colleagues/supervisors, my services may be very useful. My practice provides psychotherapy and psychological evaluation services (including assessments for adult ADHD and substance abuse). All services are provided in a respectful, culturally sensitive manner, with an emphasis on promoting practical solutions to complex problems. Objective measures of progress and success consistently assess progress.
Minnehaha Waterfalls - Photo by Kel Kyle
My practice serves adults and adolescents ages 16 and older providing
- Marriage and Family therapy
- Individual therapy
- Psychological Assessment (ADHD, Substance Abuse, Personality)
- Group therapy
Clinical treatment areas
- Anxiety and Mood Disorders
- Addiction & Substance Abuse Treatment/Recovery
- Personality Disorders
- Maladaptive Interpersonal Patterns (enhancing adaptivity dealing with current life issues)
- Enhancement of Interpersonal Skills and Coping Skills
- Adult ADHD/ADD
I offer state-of-the-art psychological services & interventions, based on 28 years of clinical experience and training. As a Licensed Psychologist, Certified Group Psychotherapist, Clinical Member of the American Association of Marriage & Family Therapy, National Health Service Psychologist, along with membership in the Georiga Psychological Association and American Psychological Association, and the Systems-Centered Training & Research Institiute (SCTRI), my practice ensures the highest ethical standards, offering evidence-based clinical approaches, consistently modified based on advances in the behavioral health field. (See Curriculum Vita in CREDENTIALS section).
My specializations began with internship at The Dallas Child Guidance Clinic and Post-Doctorate Fellowship in Chemical Addiction at the Dallas VA Medical Center, followed by 20 years of clinical practice in independent practice and college counseling center services. My professional development continues with on-going specialized training as a Systems-Oriented Therapist (via 15 years of systematic training in the Systems-Centered® Therapy) and serving as faculty and clinical supervisor training doctoral interns and fellow professionals at a counseling center training site and at conferences all approved by the American Psychological Association (APA).
This practice focuses on directly providing fees-for-services
Accepting Cash, Checks, and all major Credit Cards
See SERVICES for more information regarding the adult therapy group "Changes" for those seeking personal development through group. Review sections on the site to explore more about my specialties, background, fees, insurance information, practice hours/days, and directions to our office. Use the
RESOURCES page for recommendations for books, handouts, community resources, and Links
to other relevant websites.
All fees are noted in POLICIES & PAPERWORK. Superbills (Itemized Statements/Receipts) are provided for all patients at no cost, (used for tax purposes or for submitting to a Health Savings Accounts/Flexible Spending Accounts). For those utilziing insurance coverage, my practice may provides complimentary electronic billing for in-network services and provides submissions for out-of-network benefits. See INSURANCE page on website for procedures involving billing to insurance companies. (You will find listing of my in-network affiliations).
STANDARD PRACTICE HOURS
MONDAY 9 AM - 4 PM
TUESDAY 11 AM - 8 PM
WEDNESDAY 5 PM -7 PM
FRIDAY 1 PM - 5 PM
Appointments may be scheduled by completing our online form here
or by calling 678-624-0930, ext. 16, Monday through Friday, or by leaving a message anytime.
This practice is considered a "Safe Space" affirming and supporting individuals and families of all races, cultures, religions, and sexual orientations.