Liam is a doctoral trainee at the University of Toronto/OISE where he received his Master of Arts degree in School and Clinical Child Psychology in 2022. He has received clinical training at the Toronto District School Board (TDSB) as well as the OISE Psychology Clinic. Liam has also served as the sole student program representative for the School and Clinical Child Psychology program on OISE’s Clinical Steering Committee where he was responsible for contributing to the enhancement of both student clinical training as well as overall client experience at the OISE Psychology Clinic.
Liam has also served as a graduate level course instructor in Developmental Psychopathology at the University of Toronto where he has taught on the important connection between early childhood development and mental health complications throughout the lifespan. He is also OISE’s student representative for the Let’s Talk About Youth conference which is focused towards furthering collaborative discourse regarding child and youth mental health research. Liam currently holds the Frederick Banting and Charles Best Canada Graduate Scholarship, which supports research that he has been conducting to explore the impacts of early life adversity on young adult depression symptoms. As a clinical psychologist in training, Liam hopes to work at the intersection of research, practice, and policy, generating and using new knowledge created through science, and sharing that information with those in our communities. At Family Psychology Centre, Liam offers Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Emotion Focused Family Therapy (EFFT), and psychological assessments.