Victoria is a recent psychology graduate from Toronto Metropolitan University, and is passionate about supporting, and creating accessible and inclusive evidence-based treatment. As a research assistant, she aims to help innovate new ways to treat trauma-related disorders that can reach diverse populations. In addition to the TULIP lab, Victoria also maintains research assistant/analyst positions at the Centre of Addictions and Mental Health (CAMH), Toronto Metropolitan University’s IMPACT lab, Stanford university’s FAST lab, and the REMEDY Centre. Her research interests include (1) trauma-related disorders (2) the dyadic relationship between interpersonal relationships and symptom severity, and (3) how to improve and adapt trauma-related evidence-based treatment to become more inclusive and accessible. She plans on pursuing graduate studies in clinical psychology specializing in trauma-related disorders and relationships.