Christina Schulz earned her PhD in Behavioral Science with a certificate in the Interdisciplinary Neuroscience program from the University of Rhode Island. She also holds a B.A. in Psychology from the State University of New York at Purchase College and an M.A. in General Psychology from the City College of New York. She is currently a Postdoctoral Fellow where her research focuses on applying advanced quantitative methodologies to understand factors related to problematic substance use among young adults. Christina has numerous peer-reviewed publications and conference presentations. She has had extensive training in advanced statistical techniques and research methodology, having incorporated various types of research design (e.g., lab-based experiments, ecological momentary assessment (EMA)) and advanced quantitative methods (e.g., person-centered approaches, multilevel modeling (MLM)) in her own research. She thrives on mentoring graduate students, and relishes in the opportunity to help guide her clients throughout the dissertation process, beginning with idea development, to study design and data collection, and finally data analytics, interpretation, and dissemination of findings. As a recent doctoral graduate herself, Christina understands the stress and anxiety surrounding the dissertation process. Her ultimate goal is to lessen her clients’ worries and make the process a more enriching experience.