Meera Dhebar is PhD student in Social Health Sciences at Vrije Universiteit Brussels, in collaboration with the Taos Institute. Her doctoral research, based in social constructionism, queer theory and cultural knowledge, seeks to understand queer centred counselling approaches as practiced by queer therapists of colour. Meera is a narrative therapist and clinical supervisor based in Vancouver, Canada, with a master of social work degree from Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada and a bachelor of social work degree from York University, Toronto Canada. Her interests are queer mental health and cultural identities. Meera’s previous experience includes teaching in the school of social work at Ryerson University and University of British Columbia, and working in health care, palliative care, and HIV/AIDS.