Kaye Frankcom (M.Psych, clinical, Masters in Science in Medicine, pain managment) is an endorsed clinical and counselling psychologist who commenced private practice in country Victoria and has been operating a group practice of 14 psychologists in Melbourne for over 15 years. She was the President of the Psychologists Board of Victoria for 5 years and then became the first Victorian practitioner appointed to the Psychology Board of Australia. She is a presenter for the APS Institute and an accredited trainer with the International Centre for Clinical Excellence. She has consulted to Worksafe Victoria, the Transport Accident Commission and Comcare in regards management of mental health claims. She is an in demand supervisor and executive coach to allied health practitioners. She still practices as a psychologist clinician. Professor Bruce A. Stevens (PhD Boston University, 1987) is an endorsed clinical and forensic psychologist. He holds the academic position of Wicking Professor of Ageing and Practical Theology at Charles Sturt University, Canberra, Australia. He established Canberra Clinical and Forensic Psychology which is now one of the largest practices in Canberra. He was on the national executive of the Clinical College for four years and helped to organize a number of national conferences. He has written seven books for leading publishers such as Random House, Harper Collins, PsychOz Publications, Australian Academic Press and Wiley-Blackwell. He has given countless professional workshops and is an advanced trainer in Schema Therapy for couples and individuals. Dr. Phil Watts is an adjunct associate professor in clinical psychology and endorsed in forensic psychology. He runs a busy private practice in Perth and has done so for 25 years. The private practice has included extensive work as a clinical psychologist in his early career but in the last decade has specialized in forensic assessment. He is well known around Australia for training in a variety of legal, ethical, and practical topics. He is an author of five books including Shared Care and Divide Lives; Internet Pornography: A Self-treatment guide for men; Psychological survival guide for breast cancer; and Surviving the witness box. Dr Phil also teaches on a casual basis at several universities including University of Canberra and Murdoch University.