Psychology & Counseling: Faculty & Staff

C. Estelle Campenni

Associate Professor
campenni@marywood.edu
570-348-6211 ext 2320
McGowan 1023

Education

Ph.D. Experimetnal Psychology, Adelphi University

Research Interests

Qualitative assessment of common experiences of mindfulness, implicit assessment of mindfulness outcomes; effects of mandala coloring on mood and mindfulness; intolerance for uncertainty


Estelle Campenni, Ph.D. received her doctorate in Experiemtnal Psychology at Adelphia University and is an Associate Professor of Psychology at Marywood University. D. Campenni has published and presented research in the areas of aromatherapy, gender sterotyping, and mindfulness. Her current research explores the effects of articisitc medium and intentionality on the implicit and explicit assessments of mindfulness.

Courses Taught

General Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Stress & Coping, Research & Statistics I, Research & Statistics II, Advanced Statistics