Jillian is a third-year doctoral student in the Clinical Psychology program at Teachers College, Columbia University. She holds an M.A. in Clinical Psychology from Teachers College (2016) and a B.A. in Psychology with minors in Anthropology and Religious Studies from Kenyon College (2011). As part of the Global Mental Health Lab, Jillian contributes to projects assessing the implementation and dissemination of mental health services to under-served and under-resourced populations. She is particularly interested in women's mental health, trauma and chronic stressors, implementation science, mechanisms of change in therapy, and the intersection of physical health and mental health/mental health care in hospital and medical settings. Her past clinical and research experience is with sexual violence/domestic violence survivors, LGBTQIA populations, military service members and veterans, sex workers, refugees and immigrants, perinatal women, and mental health in hospitals. During her time in the MA program, she volunteered with the TC Resilience Center for Veterans and Families and the Loss, Trauma, Emotion Lab. Prior to that Jillian volunteered as a Medical Advocate with the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center and a sexual violence peer counselor with Kenyon College. She has also worked for Brigham and Women’s Hospital in healthcare administration.