What is the therapist’s role and responsibility in recognizing and dissolving racism? What inner work is required to know, own, and confront personal bias? We all have blind spots. How do yours get in your way when working with clients different from you? In this didactic and experiential workshop, we will examine the mechanism that maintains racism in the U.S. by reviewing our racialized history, exploring personal and structural privilege and bias, and locating where we each are in identity development using racial identity models. Through this exploration, therapists can practice more ethically by increasing their awareness of unconscious bias that contributes to systemic racial dominance and oppression.