This chapter explains a multicultural, heuristic, practice-based doctoral study. In the first phase of the study, the author interviewed some of the colleagues who were from a variety of cultural backgrounds to find out if they had had a similar experience in their training. He became the black expert in his role as trainer and workshop facilitator, and he tried to introduce black issues in the wider context of other areas of black people's lives and steer away from explaining racism, but the discussions kept returning to a focus on racism. It was important to recognise that although concerns about racism seemed to become a priority, responses to these issues differed between black and white trainees. Allowing a cathartic process and discussion about racism to take place in a safe confidential space outside of the training was an important parallel to the counselling relationship. It was important to recognise the responses to these issues differed between black and white trainees.