Libna Arroyo grew up as the daughter of a missionary pastor and a teacher. She lived in several countries in Central America, Canada, and several states of the United States of America. Libna graduated from Southern Adventist University with a BA in Psychology, a Minor in Spanish, and a Masters in School counseling. For the last 14 years, Libna has worked in all areas of education and counseling, across 7 states, as counselor in elementary, middle/high school, alternative and adult education, mental health centers and taught college in Denver, Colorado.
She is interested in pursuing a PH. D in either counselor education, developmental or cognitive psychology.
Libna has a passion for research in psychology and some of her research interests include: the correlation between child
development and technology, academic achievement among minority students in the USA, the correlation between childhood trauma, fear development and resiliency.
She is married to Jonathan, a hospital and Air Force chaplain and they have two children, Nolan, and Katherine, and live in Angwin.