As it turns out, when you do research on sexy topics, people want to know about it. To date, my work has been featured in the various media outlets such as Men’s Health, Women’s Health, Maxim, Marie Claire, in addition to newspaper outlets such as The New York Times, The Globe and Mail, The National Post, and The Ottawa Citizen, to name a few.
Getting people talking about relationships and sexuality is where it is at for me. Big audiences, small groups, I like them all. So if you have a upcoming event and need an interesting speaker, let’s chat. I have content that can be tailored to all types of audiences and ages.
Sometimes we all need some help. And research projects can be difficult. I can help…from planning and designing your project, to identifying your research questions, to identifying what kind of analysis your project might need. Contact me and we can make a plan that works for you/your team.
I graduated from the University of Ottawa in 2014 with a PhD in Experimental Psychology. My research focused on definitions of casual sexual relationships (aka modern sexual relationships). This research was the culmination of a long, long wine-dy road of casual sex research that started with an honours BA examining women’s reasons for engaging in casual sex (University of British Columbia – Okanagan) and included a Master of Science exploring highly sexual vs less sexual women (University of Guelph) along the way.