Nadia Thalji, MA, is a Doctoral Candidate in Clinical Psychology at the Ph.D Program in Clinical Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute. She is currently undergoing her doctoral internship training at the C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco. She is currently participating in the Special Issue on Indigenous Psychologies and Women in the Women and Therapy journal providing a socio-cultural and critical review of indigenous practices related to women’s lives as well as broadly connected to “psychological” or “therapeutic” implications. She has presented in conferences on psychoanalytical and Jungian perspectives on immigration, psychological perspectives in working with women, and indigenous psychology. She has also taught as a guest teacher at John F. Kennedy University graduate program in Holistic Studies, on Migration as Trauma, and developed peacebuilding projects as a theater artist and community advocate in Brazil with the recognition of the UNESCO for the International Day of Peace. Her personal experience with multiple immigrations in both Western and Eastern cultures has informed her experience as a therapist.