I believe people’s experiences and identities need space to be explored, honored, and witnessed in their wholeness. By teasing out the intersecting threads of racism, xenophobia, colonialism, gender and sexual identity oppression, and body discrimination, among others, I will make space for you to embody all parts of yourself. Witnessing this process is a privilege and honor. As a cisgender female, immigrant, pansexual and biracial human, I have existed in-between multiple identities without society’s affirmation. By exploring these feelings of otherness in my own healing, I am working towards embracing and accepting my whole self—ultimately the radical acceptance of myself. As a therapist, I believe that being transparent about my journey can show that healing is not linear, that it is a continual process. Through this transparency, I strive to cultivate a non-hierarchal space of unconditional regard, where clients can experience of freedom of being themselves.