PhD Clinical Psychology
2019 MA Psychology, Ryerson University
2016 BA (Honours) Psychology, Western University
For her undergraduate thesis, Amy researched executive functioning and its association with aggression in a sample of NCR forensic psychiatric inpatients. During her Master’s, Amy examined the impact of the Cross Over Youth Project on stakeholders serving youth justice- and child welfare-involved youth under the supervision of Drs. David Day and Arla Good. Currently, Amy’s research interests include intimate partner violence, residential treatment outcomes for children and adolescents with severe problem behaviours, as well as justice system outcomes for offenders with intellectual disabilities and/or mental disorders. More generally, Amy is also interested in trauma-informed care, knowledge translation, and developmental psychopathology. Amy previously completed a practicum at the Psychology Training Clinic at St. Michael’s Hospital and will be completing her second practicum at the Reach Out Centre for Kids in Burlington.
2019-2020, Ontario Graduate Scholarship
2018-2019, SSHRC Joseph-Armand Bombardier Canada Graduate Scholarship
2017-2018, Ontario Graduate Scholarship
Beaudry, A. E., Good, A., & Day, D. M. (2019, June). The impact of a program for crossover youth on stakeholder collaboration, knowledge, skills, and attitudes. Poster presented at the 2019 Canadian Psychological Association Conference, NACCJPC section, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Good, A., Beaudry, A. E., & Day, D. M. (2019, June). Racial disparities in the experiences and outcomes of the Crossover Youth Project. Poster presented at the 2019 Canadian Psychological Association Conference, NACCJPC section, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Day, D. M., Eaton-Kent, M., Beaudry, A. E., & Good, A. (2019, June). Access to justice denied!: The case of crossover youth in Ontario. Poster presented at the 2019 Canadian Psychological Association Conference, NACCJPC section, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Lavrinsek, S., Beaudry, A. E., Day, D. M., & Muller, R. T. (2018, November). The impact of change in emotion regulation on the developing therapeutic alliance with a primary worker for children receiving intensive mental health services. Poster session presented at the annual Ontario Psychological Association Conference, Toronto, Ontario.
Beaudry, A., Shumlich, E., & Reid, G. (2016, May). Executive functioning and aggression in forensic psychiatric inpatients: The role of inhibition. Poster session presented at the Psychology Undergraduate Thesis Conference, Waterloo, Ontario.