Research Assistant

Natasha is an undergraduate psychology major at the University of British Columbia. She is working toward a PhD in psychology with the view to becoming a clinical and research psychologist in the area of sexology. Her clinical interests are sexual and developmental psychopathology, including hypersexuality, disordered attachment, childhood sexual abuse, paraphilias, and sexual orientation. She is the coordinator of the EXCITE study, researching the usability of taking mindfulness and CBT-based treatments for female sexual dysfunction online.