Lynette Frantzen, PhD

Lynette Frantzen

Education & Psychology
Assistant Professor

Ph.D. Psychology, Capella University

M.A. Counseling, Western New Mexico University

B.A. Psychology, Walla Walla University 

National Certified Counselor

Licensed Professional Counselor, Texas

Authorized Psychologist, Norway

Anger Management Group workbook and manual for Bergen (Norway) Prison (titled: S.A.V.E. - Sinne, Aggresjon, Vold, og Endring)

Ongoing research project involving sexual attitudes and experiences of Seventh-day Adventist church members 

Frantzen, L. (2012). A theoretical analysis of Protestant clergy and their management of internal and external conflicts regarding congregants who have sexually offended (Doctoral dissertation). 

Frantzen, L. (Sept. 2013). Sex offenders in the church: From apathy to action. Ministry.

Ten years experience working in the mental health field as a Counselor, Sex Offender Treatment Provider, and Psychologist

Lynette Frantzen, Ph.D., loves Mexican food, Indian food, watermelon, and mango. Her favorite color is yellow. Outside the classroom, Lynette spends time with her four kids, ages 6, 13, 15, and 16.  Sometimes she reads or writes for fun, but Lynette also enjoys yard work, decorating, shopping, arranging social events, music, and travel. She and her Norwegian husband have been married for 18 years.