I graduated with a Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Psychology from Dalhousie University in 2021 and have been involved with the Couples and Sexual Health (CaSH) Lab since 2019, first as a volunteer, then as a research assistant, honours student, and now as a research coordinator. I have a background in media and communications, having graduated with a Bachelor of Journalism (Honours) from the University of King’s College in 2013.

My research interests include attachment-related differences in emotion regulation, sexual communication and conflict, relationship and sexual well-being for couples dealing with sexual dysfunction, and sexual relationships during life transitions including the transition to parenthood. I have been involved with the following studies during my time at the CaSH Lab:

  • The Intimacy Observation Study
  • Couples Coping with Low Sexual Arousal/Desire Study
  • Project Journey: Couples’ Journey with Fertility Treatment or Medically Assisted Reproduction
  • Hey Baby! Couples’ Well-being Study
  • Baby Makes 3! Postpartum Couples’ Well-being Study
  • Bump to Baby! Couples’ Sexual Well-being study
  • A pre-launch treatment study for couples dealing with Sexual Interest/Arousal Disorder
  • A pre-launch study examining how pregnancy loss affects couples’ sexuality and relationships

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