Dr. Liliana R. Tarba is a Clinical Psychologist licensed to practice in Ontario. She received psychology degrees from both Romanian and Canadian universities, earning a Ph.D. from York University, Toronto. Her main interests are direct clinical work with clients (psychotherapy and psychological assessment) and public advocacy. She is driven by a (com)passion for people, social justice, and her keen interests in literature, the arts, and experiential, existential, and psychodynamic theories/approaches. She has extensive experience working in hospitals, university settings, and the private sector. Dr. Tarba is the founder of Introspect Psychology, currently providing services to adults afflicted by attachment failures, adverse childhood experiences or other traumatic events. Her work keys into (re)processing trauma, existential unrest, and enduring patterns of intrapersonal and relational difficulties that often translate into identity problems, self-defeating or symptomatic behaviors, or diagnosable entities (mood, anxiety, dissociative, personality disorders). She also has expertise in psychodiagnostic and psyhoeducational assessments for adults. She is the co-author of “Supervision Essentials for Emotion-Focused Therapy,” and the recipient of the Scholars Award from the Div. 39 (Psychoanalysis) of the American Psychological Association.