About Us

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Katherine Gardhouse, M.A.

Ph.D. Program in Counselling and Clinical Psychology 

(Field: Clinical Psychology)

Department of Psychological Clinical Science

University of Toronto


Eduction:

Honours B.Sc., Psychology Specialization, Western University

M.A., Counselling and Clinical Psychology (Field: Clinical Psychology), University of Toronto


Awards:

2018  Michael Smith Foreign Study Supplement

2018  School of Graduate Studies Research Travel Grant

2016  Frederick Banting and Charles Best Canada Graduate Scholarship (CGS-D)

2015  Canadian Psychological Association Certificate of Academic Excellence

2014  Frederick Banting and Charles Best Canada Graduate Scholarship (CGS-M)

2013  Bassili Clinical Graduate Award in Clinical Psychology


Research Interests:

Katherine is interested in adopting biopsychosocial perspectives in psychopathology research by capturing system-wide interactions that contribute to well being and mental health pathology. Her doctoral research focuses broadly on the interaction of stress, immune activity, and gut-brain communication in relation to symptoms of depression and cognitive deficits. More specifically, she is interested in the role that cognition and stress appraisal play in modulating neuroendoimmune activity in transdiagnostic populations experiencing depression.