Jaynee Bohart is a first-year School Psychology doctoral student under the mentorship of Dr. Greg Machek. She grew up in different cities along the Puget Sound and completed her B.S. in Psychology from Western Washington University. During her undergraduate studies, she conducted several small-scale experiments and focused on child development courses. Over time, she discovered her love for the school psychology specialty and all of the rich opportunity it offers - both professionally and personally. Currently, she is interested in comparing the effects of parent versus peer support in regards to bully victimization. She believes school-based services and interventions can drastically change the trajectory of children's lives and needs to be promoted. When she isn't engrossed in academics, she can be found watching the latest animes, spending time with her partner and dog, bicycling the great Missoula trails, or thrift shopping.