Cynthia Franklin mainly focuses on Solution focused brief therapy, Social work, Applied psychology, Clinical psychology and School setting. Her Solution focused brief therapy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Intervention, Psychoanalysis, Family therapy and Medical education. The Social work study combines topics in areas such as Social support, Meaning, Social constructionism and Human systems engineering.
Her research integrates issues of Coping, Knowledge level, Professional development and Conflict resolution in her study of Applied psychology. Her research in Clinical psychology intersects with topics in Special education, Gerontology and Moderation. Her work in School setting tackles topics such as Psychotherapist which are related to areas like School psychology and Feeling.
Her primary scientific interests are in Solution focused brief therapy, Social work, Psychotherapist, Clinical psychology and Pedagogy. Cynthia Franklin combines subjects such as Intervention, Mathematics education, Family therapy and Medical education with her study of Solution focused brief therapy. The concepts of her Social work study are interwoven with issues in Mental health, Applied psychology, Program evaluation and Public relations.
Her Mental health research includes themes of Nursing and Health care. Her study ties her expertise on Developmental psychology together with the subject of Psychotherapist. Cynthia Franklin focuses mostly in the field of Clinical psychology, narrowing it down to matters related to Psychological intervention and, in some cases, Psychosocial.
Her primary areas of study are Solution focused brief therapy, Psychotherapist, Clinical psychology, Intervention and Social work. Her Solution focused brief therapy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Psychological intervention, Primary care, Psychosocial and Medical education. Her research investigates the connection between Psychotherapist and topics such as Substance use that intersect with issues in Moderation and Self-esteem.
Her Clinical psychology study incorporates themes from Well-being, Single-subject design, Depression and Anxiety. The study incorporates disciplines such as Student attendance, Distress and Data collection in addition to Intervention. Her Social work study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Doctoral education, Pedagogy and Language barrier.
Solution focused brief therapy, Clinical psychology, Psychological intervention, Depression and Psychotherapist are her primary areas of study. Her Solution focused brief therapy study combines topics in areas such as Coping, Social work, Program evaluation and Medical education. Her Clinical psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Primary care, Alcohol abuse, Single-subject design and Well-being.
She interconnects Mental health, Recidivism and Substance use in the investigation of issues within Psychological intervention. Her Depression study also includes fields such as
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Reliability and Validity in Qualitative Research
Cynthia S. Franklin;Patricia A. Cody;Michelle Ballan.
Defining and Measuring Social Support: Guidelines for Social Work Practitioners
Calvin L. Streeter;Cynthia G S Franklin.
Research on Social Work Practice (1992)
New Directions in Systems Theory: Chaos and Complexity
Keith Warren;Cynthia G S Franklin;Calvin L Streeter.
Social Work (1998)
Teacher involvement in school mental health interventions: A systematic review
Cynthia G.S. Franklin;Johnny S. Kim;Tiffany N. Ryan;Michael S. Kelly.
Children and Youth Services Review (2012)
At-Risk Students' Perceptions of Traditional Schools and a Solution-Focused Public Alternative School.
Christine Lagana-Riordan;Jemel P. Aguilar;Cynthia Franklin;Calvin L. Streeter.
Preventing School Failure (2011)
Solution-focused brief therapy in schools: A review of the outcome literature
Johnny S. Kim;Cynthia Franklin.
Children and Youth Services Review (2009)
Effectiveness of prevention programs for adolescent pregnancy : A meta-analysis
Cynthia G S Franklin;Darlene Grant;Jacqueline Corcoran;Jacqueline Corcoran;Pamela O'Dell Miller.
Journal of Marriage and Family (1997)
Ecological factors associated with adolescent pregnancy and parenting.
Jacqueline Corcoran;Cynthia G S Franklin;Patricia Bennett.
Social Work Research (2000)
The effectiveness of a solution-focused, public alternative school for dropout prevention and retrieval
Cynthia G S Franklin;Calvin L Streeter;Johnny S. Kim;Stephen J. Tripodi.
Children & Schools (2007)
The Effectiveness of Solution-Focused Therapy With Children in a School Setting
Cynthia Franklin;Joan Biever;Kelly Moore;David Clemons.
Research on Social Work Practice (2001)
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