Erin Fitzpatrick, BSc

Title: PhD Student

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

About: Originally from Nova Scotia, Erin graduated with an Honours degree in Psychology from Dalhousie University in 2020. She is now an PhD student in the Clinical Psychology program at UBC working in the SWell Lab. Her MA research used complex dyadic longitudinal and daily experience designs to discover factors (e.g., body image, sexual education, and more) associated with sexual and relationship well-being in couples as they transition to parenthood. Her PhD research uses this ground-work to develop and test the first prevention program designed to promote sexual well-being in couples across pregnancy and the postpartum. Erin is also interested in family systems and seeing how relationship factors are linked with parenting and child outcomes. Outside of the lab, Erin’s interests include cooking, camping, playing trivia, and making music! [CV]

– Canada Graduate Scholarship-Doctoral (CGS-D)
– Guiding Interdisciplinary Research on Cisgender and Transgender Women and Girls’ Health and Well-being Scholarship