A psychotherapist, supervisor, and teacher, Robin R. Chalfin holds a master’s degree from Smith College School for Social Work. She completed her post-graduate fellowship at the Victims of Violence Program and advanced study at the Institute for Existential-Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. She is Adjunct Faculty with the Graduate Counseling and Psychology Program at Lesley University in Cambridge, Massachusetts and serves as board member and frequent lecturer for the New England Center for Existential Therapy. Her writing, teaching, and clinical practice is situated at the intersections of philosophy and psychology, concentrating on the areas of identity and difference, sexuality and gender, and relational and structural violence. Recent publications include the chapter “Being Broken and Unbroken: Trauma, Heidegger and Befindlichkeit” in the anthology In the Wake of Trauma: Psychology and Philosophy for the Suffering Other, “Identity-as-disclosive-space: Dasein, Discourse and Distortion” in the collection Race, Rage and Resistance: Philosophy, Psychology and the Perils of Individualism, andan essay entitled The Entanglement of Being, Sexuality Inside and Outside the Binary, in press.