As a care provider, you possess expert knowledge, skills and access to resources. This gives you a position of esteem and influence, which can in turn create a distance between you and your clients. A cultural humility perspective considers these power imbalances. By taking into account the power, privilege, and history of your background and profession, you’re able to better consider the effects they play on your practice, interactions, and the individuals you work with. Use plain language, take time to ask your clients questions; show genuine interest in their wellbeing. Also, consider the impact of non-verbal cues and communication when interacting.