Ideas of how identity forms have a long tradition within the worlds of psychology and psychotherapy. What is less understood though is how identity is challenged when we are a minority having to negotiate a world not of one’s own gender, race, or culture. Through the client example of a psychology student of colour, and using intersectionality theory, this chapter explores how the identity as the other fluctuates when it encounters cultural, racial or gendered privilege and supremacy, recognising some of the survival techniques used by the other to survive said experience, together with the cost to one’s own mental health.