Ben Diplock is a doctoral student in the Clinical Developmental Psychology program at York University in Toronto, ON. His research focuses broadly on effectiveness and efficacy of mental health interventions for children, youth, and emerging adults. His research considers clinical (e.g., learning disabilities, traumatic brain injury) and non-clinical (i.e., post-secondary students, clinicians) populations. He has completed practicum placements at The SickKids Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) Centre and the SickKids Obesity Management Program (STOMP) at The Hospital for Sick Children, as well as placements at the Child and Adolescent Psychology (CAP) Centre. As the student representative, he serves as a liaison between student members and the PHHC section, and helps the executive to create more opportunities for students’ involvement (e.g., the Graduate Student Symposium at the CPA Convention).