I have had the privilege of working in and amongst diverse populations, which has reframed my approach to therapy in order to ensure that it is more adaptable, accessible, and demystified. Listening, validation, curiosity, challenging, and accountability are important features of my approach to my work with my clients. Therapy for too long has been a space that perpetuates the harmful ideologies in psychology that are rooted in whiteness, capitalism, and dehumanization. Therefore, I draw upon queer, intersectional feminist, humanistic, multicultural, trauma-informed, decolonized, and anti-oppressive theories to foster an egalitarian and collaborative relationship. In therapy, I utilize tailored approaches that meet my clients needs and goals. Through consultation, I seek to amplify the messages and teachings of Queer, TGNC, & BIPOC to create affirming practices/policies. As a supervisor, I aim to assist my supervisees with developing culturally responsive approaches to therapy.