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About me

I received my PhD from the University of Ottawa and have been licensed as a clinical psychologist in Ontario since 2013 to work with adults and couples. From 2012 to 2020, I worked at the student counselling centres of both the University of Windsor and the University of Western Ontario, Detroit Receiving Hospital, and the London Health Sciences Centre. As a student, I completed training rotations at the Royal Ottawa Health Care Group, the Ottawa Hospital, and the Centre for Psychological Services and Research. 

Since July 2020, I have been an assistant professor at the University of Windsor in the Psychology department. Prior to this, I held academic appointments at Wayne State University and the University of Western Ontario.

My research interests include the impact on healthcare workers of the COVID-19 pandemic, sexual resilience, and representations of sex and sexuality in the media. For more details, check out the research interests page.

At the University of Windsor, I have taught the following classes:


  • Sex and gender (PSYC2400)


  • Advanced Adult Assessment (PSYC8589)

  • Introduction to Psychotherapy (PSYC8647)

  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (PSYC8692 and PSYC8693)

My hobbies include baking, running, yoga, knitting, reading, playing Breath of the Wild, learning guitar and trying to rehabilitate my rescue border collie (Finn). 

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Name: Finn

Age: 8 years

Type: Rescue Border Collie

Likes: chewing Zelda, hugs, head-butting people in the crotch, wearing bowties

Dislikes: baths, his crate, the recycling truck

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Name: Zoey 

Age: 6 years

Type: Calico short-hair

Likes: eating Kleenex, watching TV, indoor gardening

Dislikes: Finn, getting stuck in the basement

Name: Zelda

Age: 6 years

Type: Calico short-hair

Likes: being chewed by Finn, wet food, eating flowers (esp. Xmas cactus)

Dislikes:  mint and citrus

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