Michael J. Constantino, PhD is a Professor in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at the University of Massachusetts Amherst where he directs his Psychotherapy Research Lab, teaches graduate and undergraduate courses on theories and techniques of psychotherapy, and supervises clinicians-in-training. Dr. Constantino’s primary scientific contributions include: (1) developing and testing effective therapeutic interventions; (2) investigating therapist, patient, and interpersonal processes that influence patients’ psychosocial treatment outcomes; (3) developing practice-research networks and studying routine outcomes monitoring systems; and (4) conducting translational research at the intersection of social/interpersonal and clinical constructs. Dr. Constantino has published both theoretical and empirical work in leading journals and books in the field, and he has received both internal and external grant support for his research. Among many positions served and honors received, Dr. Constantino is Past-President of the North American Society for Psychotherapy Research. He also maintains a small private psychotherapy practice with adult outpatients.