Michael F. Myers is the director of the Marital Therapy Clinic at St. Paul's Hospital in Vancouver, BC, and clinical professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of British Columbia Faculty of Medicine. He graduated in medicine from the University of Western Ontario in 1966 and did residencies at the Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center, Wayne State University (Detroit General Hospital), and the University of British Columbia. Since completing his residency training in 1973, he has taught half-time and been in private practice half-time. He is board certified in psychiatry by both the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.Dr. Myers is the author of 6 books: Touched by Suicide: Hope and Healing After Loss (with Carla Fine); The Handbook of Physician Health (with Larry Goldman, MD, and Leah Dickstein, MD); Intimate Relationships in Medical School: How to Make Them Work; How's Your Marriage? A Book for Men and Women; Doctors' Marriages: A Look at the Problems and Their Solutions; and Men and Divorce. His publications also include more than 100 articles, book chapters, and book reviews, and 8 videotapes covering a range of topics: marital therapy, men and reproductive technology, divorce, health concerns of medical students, psychiatric illness in physicians and their loved ones, boundary crossing in the doctor-patient relationship, suicide, sexual assault of women and men, AIDS, the stigma of illness, and gender issues in training and medical practice. Carla Fine is the author of the books, Married to Medicine: An Intimate Portrait of Doctors' Wives and Barron's Guide to Foreign Medical Schools. She has written articles for Cosmopolitan, Woman's Day, and Omni, and has appeared on national television programs, as well as on many local TV and radio shows around the country. She lives in New York City.