Emily Friesen-Peters is a Psychological Assistant and Clinician who joined the team in 2019. She graduated from the University of Alberta with a Bachelor of Arts with First Class Standing in Psychology (Honours) where her undergraduate research earned an Award of Excellence from the Canadian Psychological Association. Emily then completed Concordia University’s Graduate Diploma in Psychological Assessment with a specialization in Forensics. She became a registered Psychometrist with the Psychological Association of Alberta (PAA) in 2020. Currently, Emily is working towards a Master of Arts in Forensic Psychology through the University of North Dakota. Her additional areas of developing experience include dialectical behavioural therapy (DBT), narrative therapy, play therapy, addictions, and functional nutrition. In addition to her passion for assessment, Emily enjoys discovering and/or creating resources for both clients and colleagues. Her personal hobbies include movie marathons, meditation, collecting antiques, quirky art projects, and spending quality time with her beloved dog.