Dorde graduated from York University with a specialized B.A., Honours in Psychology in 2019. He has had extensive research involvement in various settings, working alongside researchers like Drs. Christian Bell and Robert T. Muller at York University. More recently, he has started working with Dr. Mirisse Foroughe at the Family Psychology Centre in downtown Toronto, examining new therapies using parent-infant dyad interventions to both treat current trauma symptoms, as well as prevent future intergenerational carryover of traumatic effects. Dorde is particularly interested in the comorbidity between Borderline Personality Disorder and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, as they pertain to attachment and intimate social ties. Namely, he wishes to focus his future studies on the effects that perceived feelings of social and intimate safety/ danger have on the arousal of preconceived attachment modalities and their effects on current and future social representations, as well as levels of emotional reactivity or integration. His career goal is to work as a registered psychologist in community health settings while conducting research and teaching as well.