Julia Bradshaw is a first-year doctoral student in the UCCS clinical psychology program, trauma emphasis. She earned a B.A. in Music from McGill University, as well as completing post-baccalaureate training in Psychology at the University of British Columbia, where she worked as a research assistant in the Sexual Health Lab. More recently, she was a research and clinical assistant with the Nia Project at Emory University, working with female African American survivors of complex trauma and suicidality. In her free time, Julia loves singing, playing piano, fitness, and trying new restaurants.
Julia is a member of Dr. Heather Littleton’s research lab. Her research interests include factors associated with help-seeking behaviors and recovery in survivors of sexual assault and intimate partner violence, as well as increasing access to evidence-based interventions for survivors from marginalized groups.