Patricia Munhall, EdD, ARNP, NCPsyA, CNLP, FAAN, has been a Professor of Nursing for thirty years at various universities, including Hunter College, CUNY, and Teachers College, Columbia University. She also has been a psychoanalyst for 16 years. She has a Doctorate in Nursing from Columia University and graduated from The Academy of Clinical and Applied Psychoanalysis as a Psychoanalyst. She is an international speaker on phenomenology as a research method and an approach to practice, an author or editor of eleven books, including phenomenologies, and over 60 manuscripts focusing on qualitative research, research studies, unknowing, phenomenology, and philosophical analysis. Patricia is founder and president of the International Institute for Human Understanding, which sponsors qualitative research conferences, workshops and consultations and is located presently in Miami. Patricia currently is writing, teaching, consulting, doing research and in clinical practice in Miami, Florida. Ronald J. Chenail, PhD is Professor of Family Therapy and Vice President for Institutional Effectiveness at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida USA. He is also editor of the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, the flagship journal of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, and The Qualitative Report, the oldest online, open-access journal dedicated to qualitative inquiry scholarship.