Carley Marshall is a PhD candidate in the School/Applied Child Psychology program at McGill University and is completing her predoctoral internship in clinical psychology at OCFR, under the supervision of Dr. Catherine Horvath. She has worked with children, adolescents, and families in hospital, school, university, and youth protection settings to support individuals with a range of psychological and social needs. She has experience providing psycho-educational and psychological assessments as well as individual therapy. Her research and clinical training experiences have focused on complex trauma, trauma-informed care, and attachment. Carley uses an integrative and systemic approach to meet the needs of her clients, drawing from psychodynamic, attachment, cognitive-behavioural, and solution-focused interventions. She highly values the importance of a strong therapeutic alliance and is committed to offering a warm, non-judgemental space for clients to share their experiences and work through problems collaboratively.