Arielle Ered (she/her) is a doctoral candidate in Clinical Psychology and Neuroscience at Temple University working with Dr. Lauren Ellman. She also works as a clinician at the UPenn Psychosis Evaluation and Recovery Center, a coordinated specialty care program providing treatment for individuals in the first episode or at high-risk for psychosis. She received her B.A. in Psychology from UCLA in 2011. Prior to graduate school, she worked as a research coordinator within the Aftercare Program at UCLA. At Temple, her research focuses on the neural, emotional, and cognitive effects of trauma and stress (both psychosocial and discrimination-based) in individuals with attenuated and frank psychotic symptoms. As a NIMH NRSA fellow, her dissertation focuses on white matter correlates of stress and childhood trauma in individuals with psychotic-like experiences. Outside of the lab, she enjoys sewing, writing/playing music, and reading fiction.