Diane Stutey, PhD, RPT, LPC, NCC, is a Clinical Faculty member in the School Counseling Program at Clemson University. She earned a Master of Arts degree in Counseling and Human Services at the University of Colorado in Colorado Springs and completed her PhD at the University of Northern Colorado in Counselor Education and Supervision, with an emphasis in School Counseling. Her dissertation was a phenomenological study of school counselors’ attitudes and beliefs about sibling abuse. She currently has a conceptual manuscript about sibling abuse under revise and resubmit with the Professional School Counseling journal and two other manuscripts about sibling abuse under review with peer-reviewed journals. Dr. Stutey has presented her research findings about sibling abuse at national, regional, and state conferences. Her research interests include non-cognitive life stressors that impact children and adolescents in the school setting such as grief and loss, sibling abuse and teen dating violence.