I believe therapists should be first and foremost accountable to the people they work with in therapy -- that is you! Practicing this can look differently for different people, but the core premise is to recognize the situated social positions we bring to shared spaces. Practicing radical accountability as a therapist, and a person means seeking to undermine ways that white supremacy, cis heteropatriarchy, capitalism, ableism, classism, and other forms of oppression impact our mental, emotional, behavioral, and social wellness. Processing relationships, trauma, and complex emotions in general, I believe, requires analyzing how these all intersect in the therapeutic relationship. That is all to say that as a therapist I believe our healing work is part of the larger social justice movements we participate in for our mutual liberations. It is such a privilege working with people in these vulnerable care workspaces, where we strive for healing and freedom.