I completed my Undergraduate Degree in Psychology and Neuroscience at McMaster University and I am now completing my Masters degree in Developmental Psychology and Education at the University of Toronto.
Over the past few years, I have gained experience in both Research and Applied settings. I have a background in Behaviour-Analytic Techniques, assisting with therapeutic interventions for youth and adults with a variety of unique needs including Autism, ADHD, OCD, Hearing Impairments, and acquired brain injuries. Throughout my education, I have developed a focused interest in optimizing learning outcomes for vulnerable and at-risk populations. As a Neurofeedback Technician, I am passionate about evidence-based practice for neural health and development, as well as helping inform decisions for both clinicians and educators.