Dr. Annie Corbett is Adjunct Faculty in the Psychology department at the University of the Cumberlands Online. Before entering academia, she founded and grew a non-profit therapeutic residential program that served high-risk foster you for almost 18 years. After closing the agency in 2018, she became an adjunct faculty at two local community colleges. She also works for a non-profit engaging individuals and families who are homeless and near homeless. Her interests include foster youth, from the perspective of healing from childhood trauma.. She lives with her family in the Northern California Bay Area.

Ph.D. Psychology, Saybrook University, 2017

Masters Business Administration, Ashford University, 2012

BA Psychology, Ashford University, 2010

Corbett, A. (2017, December). The Voices of Survivors: An Exploration Of The Contributing Factors That Assisted With Exiting From Commercial Sexual Exploitation In Childhood. Child and Youth Services Review: Journal Article. Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.1016/j.childyouth.2017.12.009.

Corbett, A. (2017, August). The Voices of Survivors: what are the contributing factors that assist with exiting from commercial sexual exploitation in childhood. (Dissertation) Retrieved from DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.33801.13926.