I graduated from Acadia University in 2014 with a Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Psychology. For my honours thesis, I worked under the supervision of Dr. Lisa Price (Acadia University) and Dr. Angela Connors (Forensic Sexual Behaviour Program, Dartmouth) examining impulsivity amongst individuals who committed sexual crimes against children. I joined the lab in August of 2014 as a research coordinator for the Genito-Pelvic Pain in Pregnancy and Postpartum study. My duties as research coordinator include participant recruitment and management, logistical support, and data collection. I am also a research assistant for the other ongoing projects in the lab, including the ‘Daily Goals in Couples with Vulvodynia’ study, the ‘Comparison of Couple Therapy and Medical Treatment for Provoked Vestibulodynia (PVD)’ study, and the ‘Factors Impacting Sexual Satisfaction and Relationship Satisfaction in First Time Parents’ study. I have a wide range of research interests, mainly including forensic psychology and human sexuality topics. Outside of the academic setting, I have had a lifelong passion for figure skating, and enjoy almost all forms of physical activity.
- Let’s talk about stress, baby: Joint problem-solving and sexual distress across the transition to parenthood
- It isn’t all talk: Couple therapy results in more improvements for women who have pain during sex relative to a common medical treatment
- Not Always in the Mood: The New Science on Men, Sex, and Relationships
- Sexual Talk in Long-Term Relationships: What’s Being Left Under the Covers?
- Tried and True: Exploring the Best Vulvodynia Treatment Options