Supervisors bear an ethical responsibility to ensure that training clinicians are providing quality ethical care to the patients that they serve. This chapter focuses on cultural dynamics between the supervisor and the supervisee. It presents a specific protocol with which the definition of self is created for clients/patients, therapists/supervisees and supervisors. Authenticity has been found to be highly correlated with the therapeutic alliance. The challenge is to establish the level of honesty that increases the authenticity of an interpersonal relationship while appropriately keeping boundaries that are necessary. The chapter proposes that the topic of intersectionality in supervision is crucial and relevant in providing culturally appropriate and inclusive clinical care. It addresses a technique for how supervisors can actively engage in the exploration of intersecting identities within the supervisor, supervisee, and client and between them.