Michelle is completing her B.A.(Hons) in Psychology with a minor in Counselling and Human Development. Her research interests include psychopathology, close relationships, emotion regulation, adverse experiences, trauma, and reproductive mental health. She is also interested in attachment-based interventions and mindfulness and acceptance-based interventions. Integrating her interests in interpersonal relationships and mental health, Michelle is undertaking her honours thesis under the Supervision of Dr. Cobb at the Close Relationships Lab. She plans to pursue graduate studies in Clinical Psychology and hopes to conduct research that will translate into clinical interventions and prevention programs.
Dara Penner Enns
Dara is currently completing a B.A. in Psychology with a minor in Counselling and Human Development. Additionally, Dara is a research assistant in the Autism and Developmental Disabilities Lab, directed by Dr. Grace Iarocci. Her research interests include attachment and attachment-based treatment, developmental disabilities, developmental psychopathology, affect regulation, and adolescent mental health. Dara plans to complete a B.A. (Hons) and pursue a graduate degree in Clinical Psychology.