Candice is one of the foremost experts on traumatic stress, and the use of individual and conjoint therapies to treat PTSD. She has published over 100 peer-reviewed publications and chapters on the development, evaluation, and dissemination of PTSD treatments, and is well-known for her efforts in training clinicians in evidence-based assessments and interventions for PTSD. As a co-principal investigator for Couple HOPES and the lab director at Ryerson University’s IMPACT Lab, Candice is interested in finding more accessible ways of providing mental health care while incorporating relationships.
As a co-principal researcher for Couple HOPES, Skye applies her extensive experience as a clinician, psychology researcher, assistant professor at York University, and the lab director of the TULiP Lab to designing the Couple HOPES program, and oversees the coaches to ensure the intervention is delivered as intended. She is interested in finding more accessible ways of providing mental health care, while harnessing the power of relationships to develop interventions that work.
Anne is a co-principal researcher of Couple HOPES, clinical psychologist, adjunct professor at Ryerson University, and the founder of Remedy, a centre for mental health innovation. Her work focuses on the treatment and prevention of PTSD, with an interest in novel combination interventions. Her involvement in several treatment development projects, and in training and supervising therapists, lends itself to her role leading the design and implementation of the Couple HOPES coaching manual.
The Couple HOPES team is made up of clinical psychologists, psychology students, postdoctoral fellows and digital media experts from the IMPACT Lab at Ryerson University and the TULiP Lab at York University. We are committed to developing clinically relevant, original research aimed at decreasing individual PTSD symptoms, as well as improving relationships. We created this program to provide high-quality care that also overcomes the stigma associated with seeking mental health services and the logistical, economic, geographic, and social barriers to help.