Heather Fiske, Ph.D. is a psychologist with over 30 years of clinical experience. Originally from Cape Breton, she has worked in hospitals, community clinics, schools, and correctional facilities. Currently she is in private practice and active in clinical consultation, supervision, and education, as well as working on a book about solution-focused work in suicide prevention. Heather has served as a Director of the Canadian Association of Suicide Prevention (CASP) and is the recipient of the CASP national service award. Her teaching activities range from a postgraduate program in brief therapy at the University of Toronto to training service providers to the homeless. She is one of the founders of the Solution-Focused Brief Therapy Association and will co-chair the SFBTA’s first Canadian conference in Toronto in 2007. Sadly, she no longer plays the bagpipes.