perhaps readers will have noticed, in making their way through this compendium of cases and discussions, that we two editors have theoretical differences that guide our clinical work. We had the good fortune to be able to compare our approaches directly in the example of Monica Vorchheimer’s case presentation that David Scharff discussed. We have had other opportunities to engage in friendly argument about the benefits of our respective—and respect-ful—differences. We have had the good fortune to meet often, and to correspond as we plan for future meetings and publications, all opportunities to encounter each other as international colleagues who share a passion for the kind of work presented in this book, and each of us is committed to overlapping analytical ideas. And at home and abroad, each of us teaches from foundations based on our own points of view, for what else can we do?