Socialization within white supremacy gives meaning and relevance to a number of intersectional and sociopolitical identities, within which we are all located. In order to highlight the central role played by clinicians’ identities in the assessment and treatment process, this chapter utilizes P. Hays’s ADDRESSING model. It relates this model to white supremacist ideology—which ultimately gives it relevance—by amplifying the emphasis of the identities that are most central to the white supremacist project. The chapter describes the relationship of the author's sociopolitical identities to white supremacy, and provides examples of how the author have used such awareness in her clinical work with clients. The challenge is to see “the matrix” while living in “the matrix”—it’s an ongoing, never complete effort. This is where using the four models of counseling described at the beginning of this chapter in complementary, rather than disconnected, ways becomes essential. The chapter provides clinical examples to demonstrate the impact of this perspective on clinical work.