Sean Kidd, a Clinical Psychologist, is an internationally recognized authority in the area of youth homelessness research. In this work he has focused on service models, qualitative methods, and the impacts of marginality and stigma on the population. He has also worked extensively in these same areas as they relate to individuals with severe mental illness. Dr. Kidd is an Assistant Professor with the University of Toronto Department of Psychiatry, Assistant Clinical Professor with the Yale Department of Psychiatry, and is Psychologist in Chief (interim) at the Toronto Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) Schizophrenia Division. He has over 60 peer reviewed publications with a primary concentration on marginalized populations and qualitative methodologies.