Claire M. Brody, PhD, is in private practice in West Orange, New Jersey. She is currently an adjunct in the psychology department at Fairleigh Dickinson University (Madison Campus), teaching courses primarily in gerontology. Formerly, she taught in the Psychology and Women's Studies departments at William Paterson College in Wayne, New Jersey. Previous to that she was an adjunct associate professor in the Department of Psychology, Sociology, and Anthropology at the College of Staten Island, City University of New York (CUNY), in addition to teaching and counseling at several other branches of CUNY for more than 20 years. Dr. Brody is a Diplomate of the American Board of Professional Psychology and a Fellow of the American Psychological Association. In addition to articles and papers on psychotherapy with women, and women in nursing homes, she has written on college counseling and teaching. She received a master's degree in Human Development from the University of Chicago, and a PhD in psychology from New York University. Dr. Brody edited two prior books and co-authored another in the Springer Focus on Women Series, Women Therapists Working With Women, Woman's Therapy Groups, and Psychotherapy and Counseling With Older Women (with Frances K. Trotman).||Dr. Frances K. Trotman received her PhD in Counseling Psychology from Columbia University, and has been in private practice for over twenty-five years. She has been a teacher, social worker, and community organizer. Dr. Trotman is currently an Associate Professor, and Director of the Graduate Program in Psychological Counseling for the Psychology Department at Monmouth University in West Long Branch, New Jersey. She is also the founder/director of A Contemporary Counseling and Psychotherapy Institute, with offices in New Jersey. Dr. Trotman has been president of New Jersey Association of Black Psychologists and the Bergen County Association of Licensed Psychologists. She has served in many offices and on numerous boards of the American Psychological Association and its divisions. She has been a consulting reviewer for Psychotherapy, the journal for division 29 of the American Psychological Association, and for the Journal of Black Psychology for the National Association of Black Psychologists. She has received the Psychologist's Recognition Awards, and has numerous national and international professional awards, presentations and publications.