Jessi Lee Jackson is a psychotherapist and clinical supervisor practicing in Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh territory, also known as Vancouver, BC. Over the past two decades, she has worked in community mental health, private practice therapy, and support services for people involved with the criminal legal system in Chicago, New York, and Buffalo. She is the author of Uniform Feelings: Scenes from the Psychic Life of Policing (University of Michigan Press, 2022). Her writing has also appeared in Signs, WSQ, and Radical Teacher. She has a PhD in American Studies from University at Buffalo and an MA in Counseling Psychology from Northwestern. She is licensed as a New York State Mental Health Counselor and registered as a Clinical Counsellor with the BC Association of Clinical Counsellors.