Nikolaos Kazantzis, PhD, is currently an Associate Professor in Clinical Psychology at the Turner Institute for Brain and Mental Health at Monash University, Australia. As a licensed psychologist, he has written several therapist guides and provided CBT workshops to professionals in 20 countries. He leads a cognitive behaviour therapy research lab that has produced over 140 scholarly publications on therapeutic processes, including engagement with homework, the therapeutic relationship in CBT (collaborative-empiricism, Socratic dialogue), and therapist competence assessment. He is recipient of NIMH grants for technology-based implementation of homework enhancement protocols. He is recipient of the Beck Scholar Award, presented by Dr. Aaron T. Beck and Dr. Judith S. Beck. He is Associate Editor for Cognitive Therapy and Research and International Journal of Cognitive Therapy, and is Editor-elect for Cognitive and Behavioral Practice. He was lead author and clinical demonstrator for the Australian Psychological Society (APS) online CBT training program, which has trained 7,000 psychologists. He is an APS Fellow and serves on the IACP Board.