Alisa Anthony

Jodie Arrington-Franklin, Intern

(Statewide Telehealth)

Jodie Arrington Franklin holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from John Brown University and is pursuing his Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Jodie’s research interest is trauma, addictions, mental health disparities in underrepresented and marginalized communities, geriatric mental healthcare, rural America mental health care, and mental health in Brown and Black LGBTQ+ communities.

Jodie is a member of Phi Sigma Pi National Honors Fraternity, Arkansas Psychological Association, PSI CHI National Honors Society, American Psychological Association Student Ambassador, 2023 Emerging Scholar International Society for Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, and the American Counseling Association. Jodie’s continued career plan is to further support the mental health of others in Counseling Psychology and as an educator.

Research Presentations

“Generational Trauma in the Black Community”

Walmart Corporate Black Technology Network; Bentonville, Arkansas, May 2022

“A Study of Burnout among Crisis Volunteers”

International Conference on Humanities, Psychology, and

Social Sciences; Berlin, Germany, March 2023

Research Presentations

“A Study of Burnout among Crisis Volunteers” John Brown University

Diamond Scientific Publishing (In progress)