Julia Sadusky, M.A., is in her fourth year in the Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology at Regent University. She obtained a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Ave Maria University, and minored in Theology and Family & Society. She then attended Regent University where she received a Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology. At Regent, her research experiences and clinical training have focused on the study of sexual and gender identity. She serves as Research Assistant in the Institute for the Study of Sexual Identity, and provides services through the Sexual & Gender Identity Clinic at the Psychological Services Center. There she has offered individual, family, couples, and group therapy for those navigating sexual and gender identity concerns and their loved ones. She also has worked as a youth educator for the past three years, providing talks to youth, youth ministers, and parents on topics related to human sexuality.