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I completed my BA with a Psychology Major and Minor in Counselling and Human Development in April of 2022 from SFU. I’m interested in boundary-setting and communication in romantic, platonic, and familial relationships. Outside of SFU, I volunteer and work for a children’s summer camp, Camp Artaban. I also work with the Looking Glass Foundation with people with eating disorders, and as a Crisis Line Responder for KidsHelpPhone. I hope to go on to a graduate program for a M.Ed. in Counselling Psychology in the fall of 2023.
I completed my B.A. in December 2021, majoring in Psychology with a minor in Cognitive Science. I have been a research assistant with the Close Relationships Lab since February 2022, and am also a research assistant with Dr. Jennifer Hinnell’s gesture research. My research interests include communication and conflict resolution in romantic relationships, as well as differences in goal setting and motivation between single individuals and those in romantic relationships. I plan to pursue a Masters in Counselling Psychology in 2023. I currently work with adults with developmental disabilities doing goal planning and skill development, and have previously worked with kids, teens, and adults as a coach or facilitator in skill development, leadership, and communication.
I transferred from the University of Winnipeg in 2019 and am currently a third year undergraduate student at SFU. I am working toward my Bachelors of Arts with a Major in Psychology. I am hoping to do my Honours in the fall of 2022 and graduate soon after. I have been part of the Close Relationships Lab since May 2021 and am also part of Dr. Girme’s Relationships and Wellbeing Lab since January 2021. I am particularly interested in consensual non-monogamous relationships, sex therapy and education for youth on developing healthy intimate relationships. I hope to pursue a MA and eventually a PhD in Clinical Psychology with a focus on romantic relationships.
I completed my BA (Honours) in Psychology at UBC in 2019. Throughout my degree, I focused on depression, stress, and hormonal contraception. Since graduating, I have become interested in relationship psychology, especially as it relates to stress and emotion regulation. Outside of this lab, I am also a research assistant at Dr. Chen’s Social Health Lab at UBC. I hope to study relationships in graduate school for clinical psychology.
I am currently completing the final year of a B.A. degree in Psychology (Hons. Candidate). I have been a research assistant at the Close Relationships Lab since June 2020 and currently fulfill the role of Lab Coordinator. My research interests are in the intersection of relationships and mental health, specifically how interpersonal processes promote feelings of security, adaptive coping, and reductions in psychopathology symptoms. In line with these interests, I am currently undertaking my honours thesis under the supervision of Dr. Cobb with Dr. Chapman as the secondary reader. My honours project examines whether partner support that matches individuals’ attachment insecurities buffers the negative effects of insecurities on newlywed spouses’ mood and closeness. In addition to these areas of focus, I am very interested in mindfulness and acceptance-based interventions. After graduation, I plan to pursue a MA and Ph.D. program in clinical psychology.
I am an undergraduate student working toward a Bachelor of Arts degree with a Major in Psychology, here at SFU. My research interests include attachment security, conflict within close relationships, and how couples support each other. I am also very interested in evolutionary origins of concepts in close relationships, like jealousy. I plan to pursue a Med in Counselling Psychology following my undergraduate degree. I have been a research assistant in the lab since July 2021.
I am a third-year undergraduate student at SFU. I am working towards my Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology along with a minor in Counselling and Human Development. I have been a research assistant at the Close Relationships lab since November 2021. My research interests include the emergence of non-monogamous relationships, intimate partner violence, conflict resolution in romantic relationships, and cultural differences in romantic relationships. I am planning to pursue a master’s in counselling psychology. In my future work, I want to use my knowledge in psychology to provide a culturally sensitive approach to couples from diverse backgrounds.
I transferred to SFU from Ryerson University in Toronto back in 2018, and was recently accepted into the Honours program for Psychology. I have been a research assistant in Dr. Yuthika Girme’s Supporting Relationships and Wellbeing Lab and am currently a manager of Dr. Tanya Broesch’s Culture and Development Lab. As part of my Honours project I am currently investigating the quality of father-infant free play interaction and its association with infant attachment security. My broader research interests include underlying motivations and outcomes of consensually non-monogamous relationships in their various configurations. To continue pursuing relationship research, I plan on applying for an MA (and PhD) in clinical psychology.
I am currently working toward a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a minor in Counselling and Human Development. I hope to do my honours in psychology and go on to pursue post graduate studies in either counselling or clinical psychology. I am interested in both child and adult attachment, particularly the conceptualization and prevalence of disorganized and fearful attachment. Following that, the role this attachment style plays in close relationships across one’s lifespan. Other topics of interest include poor self-image, early trauma, social inclusion and exclusion, and the biology and psychology of pain. I have been a research assistant for the Close Relationships Lab since May 2021.
I am a third-year undergraduate student working towards a Bachelor of Arts degree with a Major in Psychology and a Minor in Counselling and Human Development. In the upcoming years, I hope to pursue an Honours in Psychology and continue my education at the graduate level in Clinical Psychology. My research interests include the instability and fluidity of adult attachment styles. Specifically, I am interested in the interpersonal and intrapersonal variables that predict adult attachment style changes. Moreover, I am also very interested in the application of attachment research to clinical interventions such as Attachment-Based Therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. I have been a research assistant for the Close Relationships Lab since October 2021.
I graduated in 2020 from Queen’s University with a Bachelor of Science degree in the combined specialization of biology and psychology. Throughout my undergraduate degree, I discovered my passion for mental health and human sexuality. Specifically, my interests include sexual disorders and the various factors that lead to their manifestation, as well as how they affect relationship satisfaction. I have been a research assistant in the close relationships lab at SFU since May 2021, and am hoping to pursue both an M.A and Ph.d. in clinical psychology in the future!
I am currently completing my BA in psychology, with a minor in criminology. I’ve been a student at SFU since 2019, and have been a research assistant for the Close Relationships Lab since February 2022. Outside of my studies, I volunteer as a call taker at the Fraser Health Crisis Line. Additionally, I have been a behavior interventionist, working with an autistic child for nearly two years. Although I am still defining my research interests, I see my future in clinical psychology and counselling and am looking to pursue graduate studies in the field.