Dr. Alexander T. Vasilovsky, PhD (Ryerson University, 2019; MA, Ryerson University, 2012; BSc, University of Toronto, 2009) completed his doctoral studies in Clinical Psychology at Ryerson University, including a residency at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health and the University of Toronto. His research has focused on the psychosocial construction of gender and sexual identities, as well as their relation to mental health. His dissertation research explored non-binary identities through qualitative and arts-based methods, with a focus on the negative impact of microaggressions and pervasive identity invalidation on mental health and well-being of non-binary-identified participants. Recent publications appear in: Psychology of Women Quarterly, Theory & Psychology, and Sexualities. He is currently a Clinical Psychologist in private practice.