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Clairissa Robinson

Clairissa "Clair" Robinson is an undergraduate student at York University perusing an Honours BA in Psychology and Political Science, while earning a professional certificate in Public Administration and Law. She is an executive member of Youth Mental Health Canada, treasurer for VASA, former president of the mental health advocacy group Active Minds, and is active in the community. She has worked with abused women and children in shelters and is passionate about feminism and equity. Her interests include feminist psychology, mental health policy, inter-generational trauma, and alternative therapies to medication. Her goals are to advocate for mental health and gender equality at the policy level and pursue research with a focus on gendered psychological topics (battered woman syndrome, premenstrual dysphoric disorder, and sexual assault). For more information.