Marli Corbett is an adjunct professor and Counseling Psychology doctoral student at Lehigh University. Starting as an undergraduate, Marli has contributed to psychology research efforts that have used varying methodologies, including quantitative, qualitative, and mixed-methods approaches, and has experience with teaching both social science-oriented statistics and research methods. Currently, as a member of the Resistance Lab at Lehigh, she is dedicated to reducing gender-based violence through prevention and intervention. Her past publications include work on developing rape prevention programming to meet the needs of LGBTQ+ individuals as well as investigating college students’ experiences of sexual regret. Her specific research interests include comprehensive sexuality education as primary prevention for sexual violence, burnout and resilience in mental health care work, mental health care for survivors of gender-based violence, benevolent sexism, and eating disorders. As a psychologist-in-training, Marli’s theoretical orientation integrates emotions-focused therapy and empowerment feminist therapy, with particular interest in trauma and eating disorder treatment.