Integral and Transpersonal Psychology
MA, Alliant International University
Alliant International University
Sabrina Rock is in her first year in the Integral and Transpersonal PhD Program. She is currently a professor at Allan Hancock Community College. She teaches psychology and human services courses to both mainstream students and inmates at the Lompoc Federal Penitentiary. She is also a substitute high school teacher. She received a Master's in Consulting Psychology from Alliant International University as well as an Master's in Business Administration. Her undergraduate work was in both behavioral neuroscience and women's studies. She has worked with recovering addicts and alcoholics for the past 25 years. Her interests include Integral therapy, Reiki, yoga, meditation, and Native American spirituality. She lives on the central coast of California with her fiancee, two dogs, two rabbits, a rat, a guinea pig, a gecko, a bearded dragon, a fish, a snail, and a seven foot long red tail boa constrictor (most of whom were rescues).