Experiences from conception to age six have the most important influence of any time in the life

Ketan Tailor

Graduate Student

Ketan received his Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Psychology from the University of Manitoba in April of 2007. Through a series of personal and professional experiences, Ketan decided to obtain a Master of Education in Counselling Psychology at the University of New Brunswick, graduating in October 2010. His research interests include childhood exposure to intimate partner violence (IPV), childhood sexual abuse (CSA), existential theory and practice, and attachment relationships.

Ketan is currently working full-time as a research associate in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Manitoba. Ketan's hopes for the future include attainment of a PhD in Counselling Psychology. He wishes his doctoral research to be qualitatively-oriented, with a focus on spirituality in the context of CSA. Ketan has long been inspired by individuals such as Carl Jung, Emmy van Deurzen, Cornel West and, of course, Nicole Letourneau.