Thomas A. Cornille

Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, United States 
Human Development, Developmental Psychology, Individual and Family Studies
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Nalls AM, Mullis RL, Cornille TA, et al. (2010) How can we reach reluctant parents in childcare programmes? Early Child Development and Care. 180: 1053-1064
Cornille TA, Meyer AS, Mullis AK, et al. (2008) The family outreach model: Tools for engaging and working with families in distress Journal of Family Social Work. 11: 185-201
Headman NC, Cornille TA. (2008) Family functioning patterns as predictors of engagement: Which families participate in services and which ones do not? Journal of Family Social Work. 11: 117-140
Shriner M, Schlee BM, Mullis RL, et al. (2008) Family home childcare providers: A comparison of subsidized and non-subsidized working environments and employee issues Early Child Development and Care. 178: 165-176
Santa-Maria ML, Cornille T. (2007) Traumatic Stress, Family Separations, and Attachment Among Latin American Immigrants: Traumatology. 13: 26-31
Cornille TA, Barlow LO, Cleveland AD. (2006) DADS family project: An experimential group approach to support fathers in their relationships with their children Social Work With Groups. 28: 41-57
Mullis RL, Mullis AK, Cornille TA, et al. (2005) Young Chronic Offenders Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 3: 133-150
Cornille TA, Mullis AK, Mullis RL. (2004) A Partnership Model for Family Service Agencies and Universities to Improve Service Utilization Journal of Family Social Work. 7: 23-38
Cornille TA, McWey LM, Nelson TS, et al. (2003) How do master's level marriage and family therapy students view their basic therapy skills? An examination of generic and theory specific clinical approaches to family therapy Contemporary Family Therapy. 25: 41-61
Cornille TA. (2002) How do experienced family therapists view their practice? An exploratory assessment of clinical skills and their relation to theories of family therapy Contemporary Family Therapy. 24: 271-288
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