Sean McFarland is a postgraduate associate at the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence. He received his B.A. in Psychology from Moravian College in May 2021. As an undergraduate, he completed an Honors thesis focused on the differences between digital and in-person interpersonal emotion regulation in individuals with anxiety, depression, and stress. He also worked with the Moravian Counseling Center to lead a peer therapy group for undergraduate students. These experiences have helped cultivate his interests in emotion regulation, various psychopathologies, and the development of emotional intelligence. Sean is also a former athlete who enjoys all things athletics and fitness. In his free time, he loves going fishing, finding new shows to watch, and playing with his dog, Oliver.