Dr. Corine Frankland

Dr. Corine Frankland is the chair of the Liberal Arts core and is a member of the International Positive Psychology Association as well as the Association for Contemplative Mind in Higher Education. She received her Doctorate of Philosophy in Family and Disability Policy Studies from Kansas University and Masters of Arts in Counseling Psychology from Western New Mexico University. Her scholarly interests are in Archetypal Psychology, East/West Mind-Body Studies, Emotional Intelligence, and Contemplative Education.

Classes Taught:

  • Positive Psychology: The Art and Science of Happiness and Well-Being
  • Explorations of the Self
  • Archetypal Psychology I
  • Archetypal Psychology II
  • Kundalini Yoga and Meditation
  • The Psychology of Women
  • The Biology of Women
  • Death and Dying