Lab personnel include the SCHT lab’s principal researcher Dr. Bridget Klest, and any PhD, Masters, or Honours students whose work is currently being supervised.
Dr. Klest received her PhD in clinical psychology from the University of Oregon, and completed pre-doctoral and postdoctoral clinical training at the San Diego Veterans Affairs Medical Center, University of Washington Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, and Seattle Veterans Affairs Medical Center.
In August 2012 she joined the Department of Psychology at the University of Regina as an assistant professor, and she is a registered doctoral psychologist in Saskatchewan.
Hannah graduated from St. Thomas University in New Brunswick with her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology in 2017 and completed her MA in Clinical Psychology in 2019. She is currently pursuing her PhD in Clinical Psychology in the area of gender based microaggressions, intersectionality, and institutional betrayal. Her master’s thesis investigated the impact of a microaggression perpetrated against individuals with acquired physical disabilities and the role institutional betrayal plays in this relationship.
Danielle graduated from the University of Alberta with a Bachelor of Arts Honours in Psychology.
May graduated with a Bachelor of Science Honours in Psychology from the University of British Columbia Okanagan campus. She worked as a case manager with the Government of the Northwest Territories’ Integrated Case Management program for three years. She is currently pursuing her Master’s in Clinical Psychology and developing her research interests around the experiences of trauma survivors across various settings.
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