Brenda M. Frye


Brenda Frye, is an Associate Professor at Hazelden Betty Ford Graduate School of Addiction Studies. She earned her B.A in Psychology at the University of Minnesota, a M.Ed. at the University of Minnesota and a Ph.D. in Clinical and Forensic Psychology at Palo Alto University. She teaches and conducts trainings on topics related to forensic psychology, research methods, treatment of sexual offenders, trauma informed practice and anxiety disorders. Brenda is passionate about travelling and being immersed in other cultures and ways of living. Additional professional interest include consultation activities such as the training she provided for Substance Abuse Foundation (SAF) in Barbados, West Indies on evidence based treatment practices for co-occurring disorders for women, clinical supervision and program development.

Research Interests:

Her research interests are around risk taking and decision making in adolescence and young adulthood; understanding the way that perception and neurobiological processes may play a role in aggression, impulsive behaviors and anxiety/stress and uncovering ways to intervene early.

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