Pepperdine Graduate School of Education and Psychology
Industry Expertise: clinical psychology
Research Interest: spiritual abuse, personality, complex trauma, attachment, adolescent development
Mackenzie Conner has a master’s degree in clinical psychology and is currently completing her PhD in clinical psychology. She has clinical experience working with university students and survivors of sexual trauma, and has a particular interest in providing trauma-informed therapy to adolescents. Her dissertation is focused on designing a measure for the Enneagram personality typology, and she is also conducting research related to Black spirituality, religious deconversion, clergy sexual abuse, and clergy narcissism.