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Sashi Govier

Research Coordinator, WELL Center

Research Interests:

  • Eating disorder prevention
  • Eating disorder treatment and recovery


Sashi Govier is a research coordinator for Adrienne Juarascio, Ph.D., working primarily on Project CBT+. Sashi graduated with a B.S. in Psychology with honors from the University of Washington in 2022. As an undergraduate student, Sashi worked in the George Lab as a research assistant for Project RAD; a study that aimed to investigate predictors of intimate partner violence perpetration in young adult relationships, with an emphasis on the effects of substance use and emotion regulation. Similarly, Sashi fulfilled duties as research coordinator for the Body Image and Blindness Study led by Dr. Noam Weinbach, Ph.D. and Dr. Eric Stice, Ph.D., which evaluated implicit anti-fat attitudes and body image perceptions among blind and sighted female cohorts. In addition to research, Sashi treasures her experience working as a phone helpline volunteer for the National Eating Disorders Association. In the future, Sashi plans to pursue a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology and to contribute to eating disorder prevention, treatment and recovery.