Ravina Wadhwani is currently a second-year master's candidate at Boston University, pursuing a degree in Mental Health Counseling. She has worked extensively with students of all ages in a variety of therapeutic settings. Ravina's special interests in the field of counseling are identity formation, social justice issues, multiculturalism, self-awareness, mindfulness and social-emotional well-being. She is currently a member of a research team at Boston University that looks at how life-changing events shape emerging adults' identities. Ravina was born and raised in the U.S. Virgin Islands before coming to Massachusetts for her undergraduate and graduate education. She often reflects how her own development has shaped her self-growth. She greatly enjoys working with students, and believes in education, mentorship, and counseling as some of our biggest tools in life.