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Our assessments are integrated into a personalized profile of strengths and weaknesses as well as specific interventions for your child. We feel that is it critical to integrate all aspects of a child’s functioning in order to plan the most appropriate educational and behavioral interventions to ensure success. You may also choose just one or two of the above assessments depending upon the difficulties your child may be experiencing. We will be happy to speak with you regarding your situation and suggest the most appropriate type of evaluation for your needs.
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Dr. Franklin’s primary area of expertise is in the long-term effects of trauma on an individual’s functioning, as it relates to changes in mood, motivation, achievement and resilience. Dr. Franklin works from a relational therapy perspective and believe therapy is a process by which the patient and the therapist work together towards healing. Meeting you where you are and helping you realize your potential, setting and achieving your goals.
Dr. Franklin has been the Director of the Special Education Assessment Unit for San Francisco City/County Behavioral Health, Clinical Director Lincoln Child Center, and Clinical Director for Iris Children’s Center and Clinical Director for Asian Mental Health Services. Dr. Franklin has also been on the faculty of John F. Kennedy University, California Institute of Integral Studies, and Argosy University San Francisco Bay Area, where she taught in the Counseling Psychology Master’s and Doctoral Clinical and Forensic Psychology programs.