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Ms. Natalie Mota, Doctoral Student

After graduating with an undergraduate degree from McGill University, Natalie became a student in Clinical Psychology at the University of Manitoba. Ms. Mota is currently a doctoral student completing her praticum at the University of Mississippi Medical Center. Her Masters thesis project examined individual, family/friend, and community level correlates of suicidal ideation and suicide attempts in a representative sample of on-reserve First Nations youth in Manitoba. Natalie has been supported by awards at the institutional, provincial, and national levels to do this work, including a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Canada Graduate Scholarship and a Manitoba Graduate Scholarship. Her research interests are varied, but mostly involve the influence of trauma and stressful life events on mental health in different populations.