We collaborate with clients to sort out thoughts and feelings in order to make more informed decisions about what you want and need in your life. We brainstorm together to explore your options and experiment with evidenced based solutions.
Approach Description: I use an integrative or eclectic approach to counseling which is therapist speak for 'whatever works.' I believe relationships define who we are and that clients need to understand how they get along with others in order to be happy. I know that no one approach works for everyone.
Education & Credentials
Dr. Jeremy Frank Ph.D., C.A.D.C.
License # PS015328
Licensed in PA
Practicing Since 1992
Education: Drexel University MA and PhD in Clinical and Health Psychology
University of Rochester BA
Certified Addictions Counselor PA
Coordinator Campus Alcohol and Substance Awareness Temple University
Average Session Fee Fees are $180 per session for most associates (sliding scale fees between $150-180 are possible in some cases; please contact for more information). Dr. Frank’s fee is $270 (with only occasional sliding fee slots). We can provide receipts for out of network insurance reimbursement.
Insurance companies can reimburse you out of network since I am a licensed psychologist and certified addictions counselor. To find out how much they will pay check with them and I can provide receipts for you.
Dr. Jeremy Frank Practice Details
Available In-Person in Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004 and Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004
Online Therapy Details: Zoom, Face time and others where allowed.
Dr. Jeremy Frank Practice Description
Dr. Jeremy Frank is licensed psychologist and certified addiction counselor with a private practice in Philadelphia. As the Coordinator of Campus Alcohol and Substance Awareness at Temple University and past Assistant Director of Health and Counseling at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, he has extensive experience working with diverse clients facing a variety of concerns..
Dr Frank is open to sharing his personal thoughts and experiences as a way of helping others to more fully understand themselves. As a recovering alcoholic with 25 years of sobriety he remembers how hard it was to garner the motivation and courage and to begin to finally want to change a behavior. His honesty in sharing his personal experiences often help others to feel more comfortable in seeking help.
Member American Psychological Association
Member Pennsylvania Psychological Association
Member Philadelphia Society Clinical Psychologists