As we strive for excellence in the counseling profession, we must ensure that professional counselors receive supervision that assists them in critically examining how they can be effective culturally competent agents of change on behalf of underserved and minoritized individuals and groups. Supervision provides a natural venue for professional counselors to explore clinical issues and issues of culture, power, oppression, and privilege experienced by and between clients, supervisees, and supervisors. This chapter provides examples of relevant supervisory and consultation models and practices. It also includes strategies to promote self-awareness, cognitive complexity, and higher-order thinking to prepare counselors to become effective clinicians, consultants, and advocates for clients and the counseling profession. Additional examples of suggested activities and strategies that supervisors can use in individual, triadic, and group supervision are provided as online resources.