Clinical (PhD 2)
Dr. T. Hollenstein
I am a second year PhD student in Clinical Psychology. With my supervisor, Dr. Tom Hollenstein, I research adolescent development and emotion regulation. For my Master’s work, I studied emotional flexibility in mothers-daughter relationships across adolescence, and its association with mental health outcomes. I completed my undergraduate degree in Psychology at McGill University. My undergraduate theses focused on causal learning, attention, and decision-making.
Clinically, I work with children and adolescents in the Kingston community. I am interested in pursuing my clinical competency in neuropsychology, and am currently supervised by Dr. Kelly Benn, Clinical Neuropsychologist. Under her supervision, I conduct psychoeducational and neuropsychological assessments, and am involved in treatment planning and therapy. I also continue to be involved with the Queen’s Psychology Clinic.
Throughout my degree at Queen’s, I have worked as a TA for undergraduate psychology course (Fall 2017 – Developmental Psychology). When I am not doing clinical work or research, I am planning social events for the Association for Graduate Students in Psychology (AGSIP), volunteering with Clinical Psychology Outreach Program (Got Your Back! mental health campaign), writing, or spending time outdoors!
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