Liza Hinchey is a third-year doctoral candidate in Counseling Psychology at Wayne State University.
Her current research focuses on understanding the relationships between trauma, psychosocial processes (e.g., stress and social interactions), and neuroendocrine function (e.g., HPA axis related processes), as well as investigating psychosocial rehabilitation models for promoting recovery in persons with serious mental illness (SMI).
She also works as a psychotherapist at her private practice in Shelby Township. Outside of work, Liza is passionate about yoga, travel, coffee, and spending time with her four younger siblings.
Get in touch with Liza through her Twitter: @LizaHinchey