Kiki Fehling graduated from Yale University in 2011 with a B.A. in Psychology. As an undergraduate, she served as a research assistant in the Regulation of Emotion and Anxiety Disorders Lab. She received funding through the Solomon Research Fellowship to perform a qualitative study of LGBT Elder Sexual Health and Sexuality. After graduation, she worked at the Massachusetts General Hospital’s Depression Clinical and Research Program as a research coordinator and then program coordinator. At Mass General, she coordinated multiple studies on the treatment of Major Depressive Disorder and volunteered on the psychiatric inpatient unit. Kiki joined the Emotion and Psychopathology lab in 2013, and her primary research interests include emotion dysregulation, NSSI, and suicide. In June 2016 Kiki successfully defended her master’s thesis on NSSI in sexual minority adults, and she hopes to dedicate her dissertation to LGBT mental health as well. Outside of the lab, Kiki devotes her clinical time to the Dialectical Behavior Therapy clinic and the Anxiety Disorders Clinic at Rutgers. She enjoys exercising, going to the beach, and playing with dogs (while wishing she had her own).