Olivia Dooley is currently a candidate for a Bachelor of Science in Psychology at Northeastern University with minors in Spanish and Writing. She completed two semesters in Northeastern’s Conceptual Organization, Reasoning and Education Lab where she had the opportunity to research cognitive patterns, run participants, and assist in the design and implementation of experiments. She recently completed a Co-op as a residential counselor at the Italian Home for Children where she supervised traumatized youth with behavioral and mental disturbances. Her psychological interests include counseling, family systems, learning disabilities, and the effects and treatment of trauma. Olivia is excited to be working at BNS, and she hopes to continue developing skills that will assist her in being a resource and advocate for children and their families.