Faculty Directory

Anderson Franklin

Professor; The Honorable David S. Nelson Professional Chair

Department

CDEP Counseling, Developmental & Educational Psychology

Publications

  • Franklin, A.J. (2013). Black men in therapy.  Book proposal in preparation.
  • Franklin, A.J. (2004). From Brotherhood to Manhood: How Black men rescue their relationships and dreams from the invisibility syndrome. New York: John Wiley & Son.
  • Boyd-Franklin, N., Franklin, A. J. & Toussaint, P. (2000). Boys into Men: Raising our African American teenage sons. New York: Dutton.
  • Franklin, A.J., Makiwane, M., Weber, A. (2016).  The Family Man?  The attitudes of men towards different aspects of family life in contemporary South Africa.  Manuscript submitted for publication. 
  • Franklin, A.J. (2014). Invisibility syndrome and racial identity development in psychotherapy and counseling African American men.  In Vaughns, K. & Spielberg, W. (Eds.). Psychology of Black boys and adolescents. New York: Praeger Press. (Reprinted from The Counseling Psychologist, 27(6), 761-793, 1999, November).
  • Franklin, A.J. & Medvide, M.B. (2013).  Psychotherapy and integration of the psychology of working in therapeutic practices.  In D.L. Blustein (Ed). the handbook of the psychology of working.  New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Franklin, A.J. (2009). Another side of invisibility:  Present and responsible Black fathers.  In C.Z. Oren & D.C. Oren (Eds.). Counseling fathers: Practical, theoretical, and cultural perspectives (pp. 121-140). New York: Routledge Publishers.
  • Franklin, A.J., Oscar, S., Guishard, S., Faulkner, S. & Zauber, A. (2007). A psychosocial model of resilience theory and research:  A recommended paradigm for studying African Americans' beliefs and practices toward colon cancer screening.  In B. Wallace (Ed.). Toward Equity in Health:  A New Global Approach to Health Disparities. New York:  Springer Publications. 
  • Franklin, A.J. (2006). A dialogue about gender, race, and invisibility in psychotherapy with African American men. In J.C. Muran (Ed.). Dialogues on difference: Diversity studies of the therapeutic relationship (pp. 117-131). Washington DC: American Psychological Association Books.