- Individual Therapy 100% 100%
- Family Therapy 100% 100%
- Child and Adolescent Therapy 90% 90%
- Grief Counseling and Support 90% 90%
- Marriage Counseling 70% 70%
Becky Franklin is the founder of Hands of Hope Counseling and Support. Becky has a Master of Divinity in Pastoral Counseling from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. She also graduated from Baylor University with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. Becky is currently licensed as a professional counselor. Click to View Credentials. View profile on Psychology Today.
Becky is passionate about helping others and believes that biblical truths and promises offer a foundation of hope. This, combined with effective counseling methodology, is the approach that she utilizes when helping others. She recognized a growing desire for sound biblical counseling in the Kansas City northland area. Out of this, she established a practice that offers reasonable rates, a location that is easily accessible, and an inviting environment for exploring concerns. Though Becky maintains a biblical worldview, she invites all individuals to therapy regardless of faith belief or tradition.
Becky has provided therapy in a church counseling center, as an in-home therapist, as a hospital chaplain and as a hospice grief counselor and chaplain. This experience has served to deepen her desire to reach others with the message that there is hope available in the midst of any situation that life may present.
Becky enjoys partnering with churches in Liberty, Excelsior Springs, Lawson, and various other locations. She looks forward to expanding her practice to meet the needs of those in her local community.
Becky also contracts with Tri-County Mental Health Services as a therapist and Older Adult Educator. This has been a wonderful opportunity to combine her previous hospice experience with her mental health training. Thus, Becky offers education and outreach to older adults and caregivers in Clay, Platte, and Ray Counties. As the Older Adult Educator with Tri-County, Becky partners with the following entities: Senior Falls Coalition, Clay County Senior Services, Aging and Mental Health Coalition, Northland Shepherd’s Center, and Aging Mastery Program (AMP).