Dr. Manuela Ferrari is a Research Associate at the Douglas Mental Health University Institute in Montreal and an Adjunct Professor at School of Health Policy and Management, York University, Toronto. Dr. Ferrari received her doctoral degree in Health and Behavioral Sciences at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto. Dr. Ferrari’s work focus on research questions related to arts-based learning (e.g., digital-stories, digital-vignettes, video game narratives) as a burgeoning method in various fields (e.g., education, health sciences, social sciences, and communications studies) and its potential in shaping identity development, client-provider relationships, clinical practices, and, broadly, health education scholarship.