Dr. Christine Park is a certified MARI practitioner and teacher, Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC), and a licensed mental health counselor. She has been an educator for 14 years. Her education background includes a bachelor’s of special education, a master’s of counseling psychology, and a doctorate in counselor education and supervision. Additionally, she is also being trained in Native and Indigenous Health and Healing. Her counseling experience has primarily focused on working with at-risk, disadvantaged, diversely abled, and marginalized children, adolescents, and adults in school and community settings. Her other professional experience includes providing supervision to counselors in training and emerging counselors, teaching in an alternative learning setting for disadvantaged and at-risk adolescents, and providing counseling for children, adolescents, and adults. Dr. Park is also a graduate-level professor in counselor education and also works in her community to assist dislocated and disadvantaged adults with a transition to college or employment. She also serves on a state regional board on mental health, substance use, and addictions to help inform local policies, programs, and practices. Overall, her passion lies in supporting and advocating for others, particularly disadvantaged and marginalized populations and helping others in the helping profession to learn and grow.