Sarah Pringer, M.S. is currently a doctoral student completing her degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of Memphis. She is completing her doctoral internship at the Federal Correctional Complex in Terre Haute, Indiana. During her masters training she gained experience providing mental health treatment at a state correctional facility in Indiana. During her doctoral training she completed a practicum at the Federal Correctional Institute in Memphis, Tennessee. Along with her experience working in mental health within correctional settings, she also did forensic work, conducting competency evaluations for Shelby County in Tennessee. Sarah has a passion for advocating for incarcerated individuals and those who have made a career in corrections. She has focused on research and writing to advocate for better understanding of both of these populations.