Ilvy Goossens is a graduate student in the forensic psychology-law program at Simon Fraser University (Canada) and a graduate research assistant with the Provincial Health Services Authority (BC Mental Health and Substance Use Services – Forensic Services). Her overarching research interests focus broadly on the intersection between mental health and the criminal justice system. As a research assistant, she has contributed to various projects in the mental health x criminal justice arena (e.g., complex concurrent disorders, trauma-informed care, risk assessment, post-discharge patient wellbeing). She is also a co-author of the DIARI (Decision-making In Abusive Relationships Interview: Nicholls, Hilterman, & Goossens, 2016), an interview guide to collaborate on safety planning with women in abusive relationships. She has more than 5 years of leadership experience in a variety of roles, both as a clinician and as a board member on the student section of IAFMHS.