Keshia Williams, LCSW, SIFI, is a clinical social worker, a school counselor, and a lecturer at UC Berkeley School of Social Welfare and Smith College School for Social Work. She has delivered diverse psychotherapies in direct service capacities and coordinated training and education in clinical, academic, and agency-based settings. She has travelled widely and worked with diverse gender, sexual, ethnic, racial, and religious communities with the U.S. and Canada. She strives to provide direct services and education that is attentive, collaborative, and driven by forward movement towards all forms of liberation and healing. Ms. Williams provides clinical and field advisement for MSW interns, and teaches theory and practice courses to undergraduate and graduate social work students.