- PhD (Education), University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, 2021
- A. SocSci (Counselling Psychology), University of Natal, Pietermaritzburg, 2002
- A (Psychology Hons) University of Natal, Durban, B.A.(Hons), 1998
- D.E (English and School Guidance), University of Natal, Durban, 1997
- A. (Psychology and English) University of South African (UNISA), 1996
- Self-Study, critical autoethnography
- Gender and sexuality
- Intersectionality and education
- Higher education and critical pedagogy
- Critical inclusive education
- Comprehensive sexual health education
- Gender and sexuality
- African Feminisms
- Critical Educational Psychology
- Subjectivity and identity
- Critical pedagogy and social justice education
Chapters in Books
- Frizelle, K. (2021). Using personal history to (re)envision a praxis of critical hope in the face of neoliberal fatalism. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 1 -17.
- Frizelle, K. (2020). The personal is pedagogical (?): Personal narrative and embodiment as teaching strategies in higher education. South African Journal of Higher Education, 34(2), 17-35.
- Frizelle, K. (2019). Troubling whiteness: A critical autoethnographic exploration of being white in the context of calls for the decolonisation of higher education. Psychology in Society (PINS), 58, 4-16.
- Frizelle, K. (2019). An exploration of body mapping as a critical pedagogical tool for developing socially just psychologists in the context of HIV and AIDS. Educational Research for Social Change, 8(2), 45 – 60.
- Frizelle, K., Jwili, O. & Nene, K. (2013). Vulnerable sexualities: Constructions of youth sexuality in South African newspaper articles aimed at an adult readership. Agenda, 27(3), 94-106.
- Frizelle, K., & Kell, G. (2010) A contextual account of motherhood. Psychology in Society (PINS), 39, 26-44. Frizelle, K. (2009). A case for intercultural inquiry and cognitive justice in the internationalisation of HIV/AIDS: A South African example. Journal of Health Management, 11, 65 – 78.
- Frizelle, K. (2005). Negotiating identity within the politics of HIV/AIDS: Developing interventions for young South Africans. Critical Psychology, 13, 76 – 95.
- Mkhize, N.J. & Frizelle, K. (2000). Hermeneutic-Dialogical approaches to career development: An exploration. South African Journal of Psychology, 30, 1-8.
- Frizelle, K. & Hayes, G. (1999). Experiences of motherhood: Challenging ideals. Psychology in Society (PINS), 25, 17-36.
Chapters in Books
- Let’s Talk about Sex: A service-learning module, offered to third year and honours students, which involved running interventions at local high schools, focusing on HIV/AIDS and Youth Sexuality.
- Positive Periods: A service-learning module offered to students registered for the Masters in Health Promotion, which involved running an intervention that focused on developing positive menstrual health amongst learners at a local school.
- Fast Forward: I participated in this community intervention, designed and facilitated by a colleague, which aimed at encouraging young people, from urban and rural areas, to imagine their futures in constructive ways.
- Blue Roof: I have worked in partnership with a colleague to design and implement a positive youth sexuality programme at this NGO.
- Pop Inn: I have offered pro bona counselling at a drop in clinic that provides sexual health services to men who have sex with men and transgender women. I am currently upskilling trainee psychologists to provide counselling services for transgender women at this clinic.
- COVID interventions: I have, and continue to, offer pro bona counselling to nurses and doctors working at the frontline of the COVID pandemic. I have provided pro bona upskilling of lay counsellors, registered counsellors and psychologists offering support during the COVID pandemic.
- Anti-racism interventions: I have been working with a team of practitioners to offer anti-racism interventions at a number of high schools.
- Zoe Life: I worked with this organization to develop a set of HIV/AIDS disclosure guidelines for children.
- Korumo Coaching for Transformation: I have worked with this organsiation to provide training to improve the mental health of gender non-conforming individuals.
- An accomplished critical psychology educator in higher education, with over 20 years of experience.
- The recipient of two teaching and learning awards. One being The UKZN Distinguished Teachers Award (2009).
- Particular interest and experience in the area of critical psychology, education and pedagogy.
- Experience in developing, coordinating, and teaching on both undergraduate and postgraduate modules: Undergraduate modules: Critical Community Psychology, Social Psychology. Postgraduate modules: Sex, Gender and Sexuality, Work and Identities, Counselling and Psychotherapy (social justice), Psychological Interventions, Youth Sexuality and Service Learning, HIV&AIDS and Service Learning, Critical Health Promotion, Research Methods, Human Development and Learning, Inclusive Education.
- Coordinated a comprehensive tutorial programme for the first year psychology programme (designing tutorial material, assessments, and training and supervising a large team of tutors).
- Extensive experience as an external examiner for a significant number of masters dissertations.
- Nokubonga Purity Ngubane (2018). An ecological exploration of how South African university students negotiate their menstruation within the university system.
- Botho Nanvula Ramonkga (2019). Fathering in current times: A thematic analysis of Botswanan men’s fatherhood experiences.
- Nosipho Mkhomazi (2021). A bioecological exploration of two older women’s aging experiences who reside in Winnie Mandela, Tembisa
- Sibusiso Syanda Mgabhi (2021). An interpretive phenomenological analysis of the meanings that four South Africans attach to the 2015-2016 #feesmustfall protests.