Chantal Boucher is a fifth-year Adult Clinical Psychology PhD candidate. She has served as a GA for various undergraduate (e.g., Research Methods) and graduate courses (e.g., Statistics), and as an assistant psychotherapy supervisor. She manages numerous research projects in the area of autobiographical memory and has completed several clinical practica involving psychological testing and intervention with a diverse range of individuals suffering from a variety of mental health afflictions. In addition to her research, teaching, and clinical training, she acts on many departmental and organizational committees (e.g., Ethics Committee, Association for Psychological Science campus representative), and contributes to a variety of community mental health initiatives (e.g., wellness programs for recent immigrants and refugees). These experiences have contributed to Chantal’s knowledge and ability to effectively manage both personal and professional activities.