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.
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Dr. Frontman, a Licensed Psychologist and Certified Group Psychotherapist (CGP), has been in private practice for 18 years. His practice focuses on treating individuals, couples, and their families using innovative, culturally sensitive clinical methods. Dr. Frontman openly discusses the the rationale for all clinical interventions with clients. Clients are encouraged to actively participate, as well as ask questions about intervention choices. His approach to psychotherapy is sensible, practical, and goal-focused. The effect of therapy is evaluated throughout the process. He works effectively in types of therapies that are completed in brief time periods, as well as more in-depth treatment, both conducted using innovative clinical methods.
His practice stays abreast and employs methodologies such that life problems are addressed in a balanced, integrated fashion. Problems are treated with special attention to the specific contributing sources of stress that may exacerbate phase of life challenges.
Ken Frontman's clinical work utilizes his twenty-five years of clinical experience, including 19 years at the Georgia Tech Counseling Center, 18 years of private practice, Pre-Doctoral Internship at the Dallas Child & Family Guidance Clinic, and Post-Doctoral Fellowship at the Dallas VA Chemical Addiction Program, as well as through consistent training and staying updated in psychology research. He is a "System’s-Oriented Therapist," based on over 14 years of intensive training in System’s-Centered Therapy
which is utilized in most of conceptual and clinical approaches in psychotherapy, as well as in group therapy and organization consultation. Dr. Frontman has extensive training in developmental psychology, time-limited psychodynamic approaches, as well as cognitive and behavioral methods. He is a licensing candidate in SCT and Dr. Frontman presents at national conferences in the areas of psychotherapy and addiction recovery. He also serves on the addiction advisory board for Jewish Family & Career Services and serves on the board of the Ben Marion Institute for Social Justice.
Dr. Frontman respects the role(s) that spirituality and religion have in individual/family life. Culturally, psychologically, and behaviorally, religion and spirituality may serve as a framework for guiding, organizing, and structuring important aspects of our lives. Through our religious and cultural principles/practices, we find meaning and purpose, directing our lives toward meaningful goals. Our society affords us freedom and diverse opportunities; however, our faith communities and practices provide a framework for maintaining and building upon the values we hold dear. Dr. Frontman's practice works to support such efforts when present, whether it be from Christian, Jewish. Islamic, Hindu, or other religious orientations. He strives to ecumenically support religious practices (when it exists) with therapy.
This practice is considered a "Safe Space" affirming and supporting individuals and families of all races, cultures, religions, and sexual orientations.