Michael P. Frank, MA, LMFT, CGP, LFAGPA is a psychotherapist in private practice in Los Angeles, a Certified Group Psychotherapist, a Life Fellow of the American Group Psychotherapy Association, and Clinical Supervisor and Coordinator of the Group Therapy Program at the Maple Counseling Center in Beverly Hills. He has been leading therapy groups in his practice for 34 years. He is an Institute Group leader at the AGPA Annual Conference. He has been the Practicum Coordinator for the Wagner Human Services Training Program at the University of Judaism, a clinical supervisor for the San Fernando Valley Counseling Center and the Antioch University Los Angeles Counseling Center, and is visiting faculty in group therapy at the Fuller Graduate School of Psychology. He supervises group therapists who are working towards becoming Certified Group Psychotherapists and teaches the Principles of Group Therapy course every year. He is a past president of the Los Angeles Group Psychotherapy Society (now the Group Psychotherapy Association of Los Angeles), and is a recipient of the AGPA Affiliate Societies Assembly Award and the LAGPS award for outstanding contribution to the advancement of group psychotherapy.
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS AND CERTIFICATIONS
Private Practice, Encino (Los Angeles), California Tha Maple Counseling Center, Beverly Hills, California
Mixed Adult Long-term Psychodynamic/Interpersonal meets Tuesday evenings at my office in Encino.
Years in Practice: 36 School: Philips Graduate University Year Graduated: 1981