Andrew Brankley

Doctoral Student of Clinical Psychology

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Andrew E. Brankley, MA, is a doctoral student in the Clinical Psychology program at Ryerson University, Toronto. His research focuses on the structural modeling of psychological constructs relevant to violent and sexual offending. Mr. Brankley currently holds the prestigious Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship for his work improving our understanding of sexual offending through the integration of police investigation and risk assessment strategies. He continues his multi-method examination of risk-relevant constructs under the supervision of Drs. Alasdair Goodwill and Karl Hanson. Mr. Brankley’s clinical interests include the evidence-based assessment and treatment of individuals in the criminal justice system; he has completed several clinical practicum placements, including, St. Michael’s Hospital, Correctional Service Canada, Forensic Services, St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton.

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