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Degree in Progress
MA Clinical Psychology
2017 BSc (Honours) Psychology, University of Toronto
Broadly, Danielle is interested in social anxiety disorder. She is particularly interested in exploring moderating and mediating factors implicated in the relationship between social anxiety and perfectionism.
Danielle is interested in cognitive-behavioural interventions for anxiety and mood disorders. She is also interested in adjunct strategies that serve to enhance psychotherapy outcomes. In the past, Danielle has worked with patients with schizophrenia, and has experience in the administration of cognitive assessments.
2018 – Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS)
- Rashid, T., Louden, R., Wright, L., Chu, R., Maharaj, A., Hakim, I., Uy, D., & Kidd, B. (2017). Flourish: A strengths-based approach to building student resilience. In Positive psychology interventions in practice(pp. 29-45). New York, NY: Springer.
- Chung, J. K., Nakajima, S., Plitman, E., Iwata, Y. Uy, D., Gerretsen, P.,…Graff-Guerrero, A. (2016). B-amyloid burden is not associated with cognitive impairment in schizophrenia: A systematic review. American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 24, 923-939. doi:10.1016/j.jagp.2016.03.013
- Rashid, T., Cooper, A., Uy, D., Maharaj, A., & Dhillon, S. (2017, October). Campus mental health policy & planning: Insights from five years of longitudinal, outcome-based data. Paper presented at the Centre for Innovation in Campus Mental Health Conference, Toronto, ON.