||Laurence Armand French
Professor Emeritus of Psychology
B.A., M.A., Ph.D., University of New Hampshire
Ph.D., University of Nebraska
M.A. Western New Mexico University
Began at WNMU in 1989
Fellow, American Psychological Association; Diplomat/Fellow, American College
of Forensic Examiners; Fellow/Diplomat, Prescribing Psychologists' Register;
Licensed Psychologist; Criminologist
American Indians, psychological studies, criminology and criminal justice studies,
Over 200 scholarly publications. Books include The Winds of Injustice, Counseling
American Indians, The Cherokee Perspective (with Jim Hornbuckle), The Qualla Cherokee
Surviving in Two Worlds, and Addictions and Native Americans.
Life member of VFW; clinical training for practitioners; private practice as a clinical psychologist
"Bigotry is not exempt from any group regardless of gender, age, race, ethnicity, or religion."