HEATHER FRANKLIN, Provisional Clinical Social Worker
Heather is a provisionally licensed social worker and prevention specialist at Curran Seeley Foundation.
Heather is a Provisional Clinical Social worker and Prevention Specialist at Curran Seeley. She is currently teaching prevention curriculum to grades 4th through 9th in the Teton County School District. She also provides outreach to local businesses to share prevention strategies for their employees. In addition to prevention and outreach, Heather is a substance abuse therapist for individuals and groups. Heather has been part of the Jackson community since 1994. Before she attained her MSW from Simmons University in Boston, Massachusetts, Heather was a yoga instructor for 13 years. Yoga has taught her the value of mindfulness, compassion, and the holistic approach to healthy living. She loves sailing, mountain biking, and being outdoors in the summer and skiing throughout the winter.