Nevine Sultan is assistant professor of Clinical Mental Health Counseling at the University of St. Thomas in Houston, Texas. She is also a licensed professional counselor in private practice, specializing in complex trauma, dissociative disorders, and grief. Nevine embraces an embodied phenomenological approach to research, education, and counseling/psychotherapy to enhance awareness and intersubjectivity and to support the integration of living experience and the creation of meaning. She is especially passionate about the relationally shared experience between researcher and co-researchers, instructor and student, and therapist and client, and the impact of embodied awareness on empathic presence and creative resilience. Her recent publications can be found in the Journal of Humanistic Counseling and the Journal of Creativity in Mental Health. She currently teaches graduate courses on human diversity; counseling theories; human growth and development; addictions and recovery; ethical, legal, and professional issues in counseling; and social justice. She is an avid meditator and creative writer.