Born in Jay, Oklahoma, Dr. Frantzen is the daughter of an SDA teacher/pastor. She spent her early years growing up along the West Coast, living in California, Oregon, Washington, and Alaska, among other places. After attaining her BA Psychology, from Walla Walla College, she spent the next 7 years as a stay-at-home mother, before returning to school to achieve her MA Counseling and PhD Psychology. Dr. Frantzen has over 12 years working in the mental health field, including working for organizations/programs, prisons, and private practice. She spends extensive time speaking at churches and for various organization on issues of sexual health, and has been a Licensed Sex Offender Treatment Provider in Texas for many years.
Ph.D. Psychology, Capella University
M.A. Counseling, Western New Mexico University
B.A. Psychology, Walla Walla University
National Certified Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor - Supervisor, 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.