PhD University of Utah (Sociology)
MA University of Warsaw (Law)
Celinska, K. & Cheng, Ch. (2017) Gender comparisons in the processes and outcomes of Functional Family Therapy. Journal of Juvenile Justice 6, 1, 82-97.
Celinska, K. (2015). Effectiveness of Functional Family Therapy for mandated versus non-mandated youth. Juvenile & Family Court Journal 66, 4, 17-27.
Celinska, K. (2015). Attitudes towards minorities in post-communist and democratic Poland. Studies in Nationalism and Ethnicity 15, 13, 474-491.
Celinska, K., Cheng Ch., and Virgil, N. (2015). Youth and parental perspectives on the Functional Family Therapy program. Journal of Family Therapy 37, 450-470.
Celinska, K., & H.Sung (2014). Gender differences in the determinants of prison rule violations. The Prison Journal 94, 2, 220-241.
Celinska, K. & A. Gutkowska (2014). The Polish Roma: From a persecuted to a protected minority. International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice 38, 2, 157-171.
Celinska, K., Furrer, S., & Cheng, Ch. (2013). An outcome-based evaluation of Functional Family Therapy for youth with behavioral problems. Journal of Juvenile Justice 2, 23 -36.
Celinska, K. (2013). The role of family in the lives of incarcerated women. The Prison Service Journal 207, 23 – 26.
Evaluation of Functional Family Therapy (2005 - 2014)
Multi-phased project on Incarcerated Women (2017 - present)