This article explores the interacting forces of feminism, multiculturalism and spirituality both in our society and in the practice and profession of psychotherapy. Although all three forces exist within society, therapists may identify with and relate differently to these three movements, both professionally and personally. This article focuses upon points of convergence and divergence among feminism, multiculturalism and spirituality. The interactions of these three forces are examined as they inform and counterbalance each other and as they influence the theory and practice of psychotherapy. The authors suggest that when the interactions of these potent forces are considered creatively and complexly, innovative and energizing possibilities emerge. Moving from the personal through sociopolitical to professional realms, the article is organized by the following topics: authors’ personal statements, definitions, historical overview, discussion of divergent and convergent forces, and integrative applications for healing. [Article copies available for a fee from The Haworth Document Delivery Service: 1-800-HAWORTH. E-mail address: <[email protected]> Website: < https://www.HaworthPress.com > © 2001 by The Haworth Press, Inc. All rights reserved.]