I am in the second year of my PhD in Clinical Psychology at Ryerson. My Master’s thesis was in the area of clients’ preferences for treatment of PTSD symptoms. Specifically, I studied whether individuals prefer pharmacotherapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy, Prolonged Exposure, or no treatment for the treatment of PTSD. For my doctoral research projects, I am focusing on studying PTSD treatment preferences in the Canadian veteran population and the prevalence of PTSD in incarcerated adult populations in Canada. I joined the IMPACT lab in 2012, and my broad research and clinical interests include recovery from sexual trauma, building positive sexuality and relationships in the aftermath of sexual trauma, and factors that predict the development of sexual aggression in youth and adults.