Dr Jessica Cheung is a Clinical Psychologist Registrar and Clinical Research Officer at the Refugee Trauma and Recovery Program, UNSW. Her doctoral research focused on exploring various cognitive and biological factors involved in the development and maintenance of intrusive, traumatic memories. She is interested in the use of experimental paradigms to elucidate the mechanisms believed to underpin posttraumatic stress disorder and emotional memory. Jessica is currently involved in research that aims to understand the neural impact of torture and trauma in refugees and asylum seekers. Jessica has completed a combined PhD/ Master of Clinical Psychology degree at the University of New South Wales. She has previously worked at the Traumatic Stress Clinic, providing psychological assessment and treatment to adults who have experienced a wide range of traumas. In addition, she has worked as a private psychologist and is experienced in managing psychological issues such as mood and anxiety disorders, psychosis, eating disorders and self-harm.