Onsite Counseling Clinics at Franklin Public Schools
The Franklin Public School District is proud to announce our partnership with Clinical Psychology Associates, an outpatient counseling center. Clinical Psychology Associates has established onsite counseling clinics at Franklin High School, Forest Park Middle School, Pleasant View Elementary, and Country Dale Elementary. All students and families within our district have access to these clinics.
Our district is committed to providing comprehensive systems of support for our students. Student services staff, including school psychologists, school counselors, school social workers, school nurses, and other specialized staff will continue to provide services within our schools to address the mental health needs that arise.
The purpose of these onsite clinics is to provide our students and families access to therapeutic mental health support services that extend beyond what our district is able to offer on its own. This functions as an outpatient counseling clinic, as such, the student’s insurance is the primary method of payment for these services.
We encourage you to access this professional counseling opportunity if you think that your child or family would benefit from gaining tools to help with many of the challenges we face in our lives today. Clinical Psychology Associates’ therapists are available to schedule appointments both during the school day and after hours.
To ask questions or begin the process of accessing the clinics contact Clinical Psychology Associates by calling or texting 262-975-0012.
Meet the CPA Therapists
Candace Wendlick (MSW, LCSW)
Candace is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who makes sure to create an open, non-judgmental, compassionate, and safe space for every student. With over 20 years of experience, Candace is an adolescent specialist working with teens and families who have a wide range of emotional and behavioral issues. Candace specializes in the treatment of multiple issues including depression, anxiety, stress management, and attention deficit disorder (ADHD). Candace’s style is warm and flexible in order to do the work your teen needs to do. Candace received her Master's degree in Social Work with an emphasis on Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. You can learn more about Candace at her full bio located here.
Caroline Burnett (MS)
Caroline is a Marriage and Family Therapist who is trained specifically to work with children and adolescents. Caroline has been working with children and families in Wisconsin for 8 years as a community case manager and now a therapist. Caroline is trained in Trauma Focus Cognitive Behavioral therapy which addresses incidents of trauma as well as complex trauma in children. Caroline believes that giving children the space to discuss their feelings allows them to process their environment in a much more successful way allowing children to engage fully in their families, education and fun. Caroline has previously worked for Children's Hospital of WI and completed a clinical internship in Infant Mental Health and Child Parent Psychotherapy. Caroline has also worked for Aurora Sinai Medical Center with Children, Adolescents and Adults who have experienced trauma. Caroline received her Master's degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Edgewood College. You can learn more about Caroline at her full bio located here.
Meghan Jeffrey (MS)
Meghan received her Master’s in Psychotherapy and Counseling from The American College of Greece and currently has her LPC-IT. Meghan has experience working with children and adolescents on building skills and tools geared toward alleviating emotional and behavioral problems. She meets the needs of her clients based on where they are at and creates individualized goals to promote strength-based practices. Meghan specializes in depression, anxiety, AODA, anger management, and stress management. She is vibrant, friendly, easy to talk to, and creates a safe space for all students. You can learn more about Meghan at her full bio located here.
- What is the nature of the partnership between Franklin Public Schools and Clinical Psychology Associates?
- Where are the clinics located?
- Can I access a clinic at a school my child does not attend?
- When can I access the clinic? Are clinic hours limited to the school day, weekdays, etc.?
- How old does my child have to be to access the clinic?
- Do the clinics provide individual and/or family therapy?
- How does my family or child access the clinic?
- Can I access an onsite clinic if I don’t have a child in the district?
- Is Clinical Psychology Associates the only option for therapeutic services?
- Is there a cost associated with Clinical Psychology Associates?
- Is information shared between the therapists at Clinical Psychology Associates and FPS student services?