At-Risk Students’ Perceptions of Traditional Schools and a Solution-Focused Public Alternative School
Recent trends in education have drawn attention to students at risk of school failure and dropout in the United States. Alternative schools are one method for preventing the severe and long-lasting…
Teacher involvement in school mental health interventions: A systematic review
Solution-Focused Therapy Treatment Manual for Working with Individuals
This manual will follow the standardized format and include each of the components recommended by Carroll and Nuro (1997) and will be a comprehensive guide to Solution-Focused Brief Therapy.
Alternative school programs for at-risk youths
- C. Franklin
- 1 October 1992
The effectiveness of a solution-focused, public alternative school for dropout prevention and retrieval
Solution-focused brief therapy in schools: A review of the outcome literature
Defining and Measuring Social Support: Guidelines for Social Work Practitioners
This article reviews the literature on social support and presents the theoretical foundations and basic concepts of social support. A framework is presented for assessing measures of social support,…
The Effectiveness of Solution-Focused Therapy With Children in a School Setting
- C. Franklin, J. L. Biever, K. Moore, David R. Clemons, Monica Scamardo
- Psychology, Medicine
- 1 July 2001
S solution-focused therapy shows promise for helping special education students with their academic difficulties and classroom behaviors and is followed by positive changes on a range of behavioral problems.
Ecological factors associated with adolescent pregnancy and parenting.
The central purpose of this research was to discover, using Bronfenbrenner's conceptual framework of an ecological systems model, the combination of factors that successfully predicted pregnancy and…