Nathara Bailey is a masters student at Teachers College, Columbia University in the Clinical Psychology Department. She studies the impact of colonialism on self-perception among people of the black diaspora, and the psychological effects of enslavement. Nathara is also interested in the development of culturally relevant treatment practices and incorporating holistic approaches to psychological health care. She hopes to help minorities and immigrants in the U.S. as a multicultural psychologist. After moving from Kingston, Jamaica at 9-years-old, Nathara grew up in Amherst, Massachusetts and is now adjusting to life as a New Yorker. In addition to her work in psychology, she enjoys reading, writing, dance, yoga, spending time with family, traveling and exploring Netflix.