I am in the fourth year of completing my BA with Honours in Psychology degree. I started volunteering in the Couples and Sexual Health Lab last September and this year I will be working on my Honours thesis under the supervision of Dr. Natalie Rosen and Sarah Vannier. My thesis is looking at the reasons why women do not engage in sexual activity during their pregnancies and whether these reasons influence women’s sexual distress, sexual and romantic satisfaction, and sexual functioning. I am looking forward to the upcoming year working on my thesis as it corresponds with my interest in clinical and health psychology and, in particular, how research findings can inform better treatments for both clinical and healthy populations.
- Tried and True: Exploring the Best Vulvodynia Treatment Options
- It’s not us, it’s parenthood: Comparing sexual well-being in new parents with control couples
- Feeling down, but not to get down: Is Postpartum Depression linked with New Parents’ Sexual Function and Distress?
- Vasileia Karasavva
- Katrina Bouchard, PhD