North American culture sees health as an individual problem, but we live in dynamic, intercultural communities. Health is multifaceted with issues related to mental, spiritual, emotional, and physical health. Our culture can be a barrier to caring for our clients. Each area of the medicine wheel needs to be balanced for wholistic health for the client, where the client is the person, family, group, or community. Indigenous teachings support addressing all areas of the person to achieve balance. Cultural safety stresses the importance of reflection and acceptance of differences. We should not treat everyone the same, but we do need to recognize and acknowledge our blind spots.