Shelley Kind is the research assistant for Dr. Stefan Hofmann's lab at Boston University, where she coordinates two grant-funded studies and co-instructs a 12-week Positive Affect Training for patients with dysthymic symptoms. The training is focused on mindfulness and loving kindness meditation. She received her Bachelor of Arts degrees in Psychology and English from Colby College. She worked previously as a research assistant for Dr. Chris Soto in Colby's Personality Lab and for Dr. Erin Sheets in Colby's Emotion and Mood Lab. She hopes to continue her research and clinical education in a PhD program.
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