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Jolene Franz is a mother, a lover of nature, a sensitive spirit and a humble soul that loves God.  She is also a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) with over 2 decades of experience working in the mental health field & lifelong experience of being on a  journey of following Jesus & seeking His will in every aspect of her life.


With over 20 years of counseling experience, I have seen heartbreak, confusion, sadness, anxiety and tiredness from life "just happening". My approach integrates clinical approaches to counseling with Biblical truth. This a collaborative process where I meet you where you are & help you to find peace amongst the pressure of your days.

My practice is a calm, hope filled environment . I believe in providing an environment conducive to nurturing growth and change through compassion and God's guidance. I believe incredible growth, healing and transformation can happen when God is invited into this journey.

Insurances accepted:

  • Highmark

  • Optum/United Behavioral Health

  • UPMC Health Plan

  • Aetna

  • Private Pay (credit, cash, check)

Disclaimer: Each insurance plan may have varying types of coverage & costs associated with each. As a proactive measure, I strongly encourage you to contact your insurance and confirm coverage. This will ward off any surprise charges. 

Contact Information:

Sessions Offered:

Initial Intake:

50 minute session discussing current concerns, direction for therapy, goals and information regarding the process of therapy.

Individual Adult: 

50 minutes one-on-one counseling session that is personalized to suit an individual's unique needs. It involves set, processes one's past, and learning how to manage one's symptoms or triggers in order to live a healthier life.


Working collaboratively with families to understand their relationships and interactions. Identifying and building on strengths. Developing more effective communication and problem-solving skills.


I work with you and your partner to resolve issues, correct negative behavior patterns, and focus on positive aspects of the relationship.​

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