I am interested in integrative psychotherapies for distressing psychosis; 'psychosis-like' / anomalous experiences in the general population; trauma-informed practices; peer support; and meaning-making in the context of mental health recovery. In addition, I am interested in the intersection between women and madness, with an emphasis on the reproductive body (such as postpartum psychosis, mothering, menstruation). I am actively involved in Hearing Voices Network New York City (HVN-NYC); International Society for the Psychological and Social Approaches to Psychosis United States Chapter (ISPS-US); and Institute for the Development of Human Arts (IDHA). I highly value multidisciplinary research, especially the involvement of service-users/people with lived experience in the creation of knowledge, I believe this is how systemic change will occur in our mental health system. My current research projects include a mixed-methods study on understanding women's experiences of postpartum psychosis and treatment, and my dissertation, a psychophysiological study on the associations between heart rate variability, emotion regulation, and psychosis-like experiences in the general population. I am co-editor (along with Marilyn Charles) of the forthcoming books Women & Psychosis: Multidisciplinary Perspectives and Women and the Psychosocial Construction of Madness (Lexington Books) and co-author (along with Jazmine Russell) of the forthcoming zine Breaking Through without Breaking Down: A Self-Help Guide to Living with Psychosis (Microcosm Publishing).