Jennifer Langille: Jennifer is a fourth year PhD student in the Walsh Lab. Her dissertation research is on the relationships between social support and mental health in people who have had abusive intimate partners. Her clinical interests include Greenberg’s emotion focused therapy, motivational interviewing, programs for offenders, and therapeutic approaches for PTSD. She completed a Master’s in Clinical Psychology at the University of Regina in August 2010, with a clinical focus on treatment for sexual offenders. Her Master’s thesis examined women’s perceptions of police response to intimate partner violence. She completed her Bachelor’s of Applied Arts (Honours) at Kwantlen Polytechnic University in 2007. In her spare time, Jennifer can be found reading sci-fi, spending time with her family (including the cats!), teaching friends vegan cooking, or running random heroics on her mage.
Kim Crosby: Kim completed her Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Psychology from the University of British Columbia – Okanagan in 2013. She also completed her Masters of Arts in Clinical Psychology in 2015 at UBC-O. She is currently pursuing her PhD in Clinical Psychology under the supervision of Dr. Walsh. Her research interests include medical and recreational cannabis use, problematic alcohol use, personality, and intimate partner violence.
Katherine Rose: Katherine received her BA (Hons.) in Psychology from Grenfell Campus of Memorial University of Newfoundland in 2014. As an undergraduate, she conducted research in online disclosure and fraud, and she assisted with projects involving cyber bullying, online stalking, luring and eyewitness memory. In 2015, Kat received her Certificate in Criminology from MUN before leaving to pursue graduate studies on the West Coast. Her research interests include: computer-mediated communication; cybercrime; criminal behaviour; deception; mental health in the criminal justice system; and psychopathy. In her spare time Kat can be found watching Netflix (most likely) or running (less likely).