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Amanda Uliaszek

 
Amanda Uliaszek

Associate Professor

Phone: (416) 208-2900
Location: SW 405

Biography

Amanda A. Uliaszek is a clinical psychologist with a research program exploring transdiagnostic factors related to borderline personality disorder (BPD). This includes exploration of the latent trait structure of BPD and related disorders, as well as common etiological factors. A primary aim of recent research is applying this framework to treatment efficacy in dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), with a specific focus on DBT skills. Dr. Uliaszek's research is focused on applying sophisticated clinical methodology combined with basic affective science to explore questions related to the understanding and treatment of severe psychopathology symptoms associated with BPD.

Research Interests

Personality disorders; normal personality; dialectical behaviour therapy