Emily Murphy is a doctoral student in the University of Kentucky’s Counseling Psychology program. She completed her BS in Psychology at Indiana University and MS in Counseling Psychology at the University of Kentucky. Clinically, she has worked within Transylvania University Athletics, the University of Kentucky’s Counseling Center, and for Dr. Alison Arnold— a leading sport psychology consultant for USA Gymnastics. Emily will be working at the Lexington VA Health Care System during the upcoming academic year. She has experience instructing several undergraduate psychology courses, including The Psychology of Coaching and Motor Performance and Social Psychology and Cultural Processes. Emily is currently a member of the Help-Seeking and Multicultural Measurement Evaluation Research (HAMMER) Lab and the UKY Sport and Counseling Psychology Research Lab. Her research primarily focuses on the integration of sport psychology and psychotherapy, athlete activism, and multicultural training of sport psychology practitioners. Additionally, Emily serves as the Vice President for the Sport and Exercise Graduate Psychology Club, a University of Kentucky Second Year Mentorship Coach, and an Association for Applied Sport Psychology Student Delegate.  Email: e.murphy@nulluky.edu