Diversity and Identity Formation Therapy (DIFT) is a multi-theoretical perspective/model that is not ethno-specific and is applicable to all racialized, cultural, and marginalized populations (Brooks-Harris, 2008; Corey, 2013; Lazarus, 1989). It is an amalgamation of individualistic and collectivistic ideologies that combines both Eastern and Western therapeutic techniques (Laungani, 2005). DIFT is comprised of five intersecting theoretical perspectives representing all five movements of psychotherapy: psychoanalytic, narrative, multicultural counseling, Buddhist psychology, and cognitive behavior. The framework is circular and tangential in nature, promoting balance, stability, and unity. The intersectionality aspect of this framework allows clients to relate to different parts of their ethnic and/or sexual identity.