Victoria is currently completing her PhD in Clinical Psychology and is a member of the Child Self-Regulation Lab. Her research explores the relations between cumulative risk, executive functions, and parenting outcomes.

Victoria holds an Honours BA from Queen’s University, an Honours BSc in Psychology from York University, and a MA in Political Science from York University and Clinical Psychology from Ryerson University.

Prior to pursuing her studies in clinical psychology she worked in East and West Africa in sustainable agricultural development, and spent five years with the federal department of Natural Resources (NRCan) as a policy analyst in sustainable energy and international relations.

Clinically, Victoria is interested in working with families living within the context of risk, to improve outcomes for children and their families.