This chapter focuses on two Clinicians of Color and the manner in which they navigated their social location within the context of a therapeutic relationship. These decisions were made with consideration of their clients’ and their own ecological contexts, socialization processes, converging intersecting identities, and the sociopolitical climate. The process of social location also invites conversations around the impact of oppression and privilege related to the client’s presenting problem. Clinicians strive to implement cultural humility by creating safe spaces for their clients by listening, reflecting, and encouraging clients to discuss their most intimate and painful experiences, especially related to their own intersecting identities and how others treat them in society. The chapter presents a case of a 42-year-old cisgender, heterosexual female who presented to psychotherapy to address anxiety and panic symptoms.