Shared inquiry refers to client and professional being mutually engaged in an exploration of the life circumstance (e.g., tough decision, difficult relationship, self-improvement, goal attainment) of importance for them. This requires that both the cultural and disciplinary hierarchy between professional and client begin to dissolve into a more equitable relationship. Withness challenges an expert–non-expert dichotomy by respecting the expertise, knowledge, and resources that each person brings. Transformation is inherent in dialogue. When engaged in the mutual uncertain endeavor of collaborative-dialogic practice, all parties are at risk of transformation. When therapy is considered and practiced as a relational and dialogic occasion, some form or degree of change for each person involved is inevitable. That is, not only does the client transform, the therapist is also at risk of transforming.