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GRADUATE STUDENTS

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Gilli is a doctoral student in the Clinical Developmental Psychology program. She received her Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Psychology from Western University, and her MA in Clinical Developmental Psychology from York University. Gilli's research focuses on promoting positive functioning and mental health in youth and families particularly during times of adversity. She is also interested in exploring evidence-based interventions aimed at supporting children, caregivers, and families.

Gillian Shoychet (she/her)

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Jazzmin is an MA student in the CD Psychology program. She holds an Honours B.A.Sc in Child, Youth, and Family and Psychology. Jazzmin’s research strives to understand cascading effects of family relationships within diverse families to strengthen family subsystems and enhance child outcomes. She aims to bridge research and application to implement family-centered supports that consider social equity and contribute to community well-being.

Jazzmin Demy

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Alex is an MA student in the Clinical Developmental Psychology program. She received a BFA in Film Studies from TMU and an Honours BA in Psychology from YorkU. Alex’s research interests are focused on understanding the interactions between contextual risk, stress, and the well-being of children and their families

Alex Markwell (she/her)

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Maya is an MA student in the Clinical Developmental Psychology program. In 2020, she received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from University of Rochester. Maya is interested in the impact that family relationships, especially parent-child relations, have on child development. 

Maya Koven

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Paul is an MA student in the Clinical Developmental Psychology program. He has an undergraduate degree (BA) in Psychology from McGill University and a graduate degree (MA) in Child Studies from Concordia University. Paul’s research interests include evidence-based practices in contextualized family care (e.g., parent training, couples intervention), maternal and pediatric mental health, and elucidated links between social determinants and subsequent developmental outcomes.

Paul De Luca

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