Kristina is a PhD student in the Clinical-Developmental Psychology program at York University. Supervised by Dr. Muller in the Trauma & Attachment Lab, her research and clinical interests lie in intrafamilial trauma and attachment-based treatments.
Kristina has led numerous research projects over the years (e.g., as Research Manager at SickKids hospital, Research Coordinator at The SickKids Centre for Community Mental Health [formerly the Hincks-Dellcrest Centre] and The Summerville Family Health Team, and most recently as co-Lab Director at the Family Psychology Centre) and has co-presented at several international conferences.
She has over 10 years of experience working with children and families in educational and clinical settings and is a trained behavioural therapist. Currently, she provides clinical assessment and therapy services to youth and families at the Child and Adolescent Psychology Centre in Aurora.
Laura Goldstein is a graduate student in the Clinical-Developmental Psychology program at York University, working under the supervision of Dr. Robert T. Muller in the Trauma and Attachment Lab. Her research interests include emotional processes, relational trauma, and nonverbal behavior and she has co-authored several articles and conference presentations in these areas. Clinically, Laura is interested in emotion-focused, trauma-focused, and attachment informed therapies. She works predominantly from a complex systems approach, and she looks forward to beginning her training at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health in August, 2019.