Professional ethics codes are designed to direct and shape moral thinking, reasoning, and decision-making within a professional context. Care ethics and intersectionality are reflected in the ethical principles of psychologists as well as the Multicultural Guidelines. The challenge before us, is to keep intersectionality and the oppressions they reflect real and not just used as a list generated to compare the similarities between the therapist and the client. The fictional case of Sylvia illustrates some of the ethical issues germane to providing psychotherapy as well as the unique aspects of exploring intersectionality. A deep understanding of the intersectionality and the hateful manner with which he expressed his prejudicial views and paramilitary involvement in an organization created a challenge to the author's countertransference.