Marilyn Franklin

Marilyn Franklin

Assistant Clinical Professor
Licensed Psychologist

313-577-5008

313-577-8949 (fax)

marilyn.franklin@wayne.edu

60 Farnsworth/Rackham Building 105.3 

Curriculum Vitae

Marilyn Franklin

Research Interest/Area of Expertise

  • My research interests are related to mental health issues among low-income, urban adolescents, including disparity in mental health service utilization and stigmatization of mental health treatment.

Research

 Dissertation Title: Mental health utilization among low-income, urban, African-American adolescents.

 Thesis Title: The Impact of PTSD and Shame on cortisol regulation among adolescents with a history of sexual abuse.

Education – Degrees, Licenses, Certifications

  • B.A., Psychology, New York University, 2000;
  • MSW, Social Work, City University of New York Hunter College, 2004;
  • Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, Wayne State University, 2014;
  • Post Doctoral Fellowship, Developmental Disabilities, The Children's Center of Wayne County, 2015;

Awards and Grants

  • Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Student Award Program- Summer 2012