Jocelyn Thomas is a research assistant at MyWorkplaceHealth and is currently working towards a Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Psychology with a minor in Biology from the University of British Columbia, Okanagan Campus. Jocelyn is interested in mental health and resiliency, particularly in protective factors that promote psychological health & wellness. She also has a strong interest in psychological research methods and statistical analyses. Jocelyn plans to pursue these interests by attending graduate school.
Jocelyn is a member of the Psychopathology Lifespan and Neuropsychology Laboratory at her university and is currently researching the effectiveness of neurofeedback as a treatment for mild traumatic brain injury. She also enjoys supporting her community through various volunteer endeavours.
Jocelyn works closely with Dr. Samra and the Executive Administrative Team, by researching & developing an array of clinical resources, as well as working on various MyWorkplaceHealth corporate projects.