Samantha attended and graduated from La Roche College in December of 2004 with her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. Upon graduation, she began working for Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinics Early Intervention in Autism program to which she remained for three years. Samantha transitioned to a position providing intensive in-home family therapy to children diagnosed with Autism. She decided to pursue her Master’s degree and graduated from Indiana University of PA in April of 2011 with a degree in Community Counseling. A short while later she obtained her license as a Professional Counselor and began working in an outpatient setting. Samantha has worked providing clinical supervision in a variety of outpatient settings while also providing clinical care to clients. She decided to go back to school once more and is now a Doctoral Candidate in Counselor Education and Supervision at Indiana University of PA. Samantha is focusing her research on disclosing sexual victimization online and its impact on survivors as well as its implications for counselors providing clinical care.