Amy Prescott is a third-year PsyD Clinical Psychology student at the University of La Verne. Her research focuses on the intersectionality for LGBTQ BIPOC, particularly how this relates to feelings of inclusion, happiness, and positive health outcomes. She also takes special interest in the impact of religious trauma on LGBTQ BIPOC. Amy has previous experience working with college students in crisis, as well as LGBTQ persons, specifically transgender individuals who are beginning to engage in the transition process or questioning their identity. In this work, she has focused heavily on building up clients’ self-esteem, processing various traumas and LGBTQ affirmative care. She takes an integrative approach in her therapy, focusing heavily on the ideas of positive, humanistic and cognitive-behavioral treatments.