Joanne Ginter, MA, is a Registered Psychologist in Alberta Canada with over 35 years of direct clinical experience working with adults, children and families in a variety of counselling and school settings. She holds two graduate degrees, Psychology and Religious Studies. Joanne is actively committed to training through the development and facilitation of workshops and through the supervision of staff, residents and students in training. Joanne is now a part-time faculty at CityUSeattle, Calgary campus, teaching on culture and diversity, brief therapy methods and case conceptualization and ethics for practicum placements. Joanne is a member of the Canadian Psychologist’s Association, an Associate Member of the American Psychologist’s Association, and Play Therapy Canada (Certified Play Therapist and Supervisor). She is currently promoting her workshop on developing intercultural resiliency and her book The Fifth Position: A Guide for Developing Intercultural Resiliency and Pluralism.