Elizabeth Earle received her B.A. in Psychology (with Distinction) at Toronto Metropolitan University (formerly Ryerson University) in 2019. Through her passion for psychology, Elizabeth has acquired a breadth of knowledge and experience across a wide range of research areas including visuospatial memory and aging, stress and emotional cognition, clinical applications of music and auditory cognition, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and intimate relationships, as well as Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD), suicidality, and intimate relationships. As lab manager and research coordinator of the TULiP Lab, Elizabeth seeks to expand on her research interests in emotional dysregulation and its impact on social functioning. More specifically, her research interests include emotion regulatory processes in the context of intimate relationships, expanding evidence-based therapies to be more inclusive of LGBTQ+ communities and non-traditional relationship structures, as well as exploring transdiagnostic applications of psychedelics research in the treatment of psychological disorders characterized by emotion dysregulation and/or trauma. She aspires to pursue a career in clinical psychology to conduct research in which she will amplify and integrate perspectives as diverse as the individuals she hopes to one day provide treatment.