Robin Steele, Ph.D., is a mother, teacher, educator, and counselor/psychotherapist who works with people of all ages. Her work of more than twenty years as an early childhood teacher and supervisor of teacher trainees led into a change of career in the early 1990s, when she was trained by Yehuda Tagar, the founder of Psychophonetics. Since then, she has practiced as a psychotherapist in medical clinics, private organizations, and private practice. Alongside counseling, she worked for several years as a college coordinator, teacher, and supervisor of trainee counselors at Persephone College in Melbourne. In 2005, Robin completed an anthroposophically based doctoral research thesis on the holistic nature of therapeutic change and transformation. Her professional affiliations include memberships in the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA); Society of Counselling and Psychotherapy Educators (SCAPE); Australian Anthroposophic Medicine Association (AAMA); and International Association of Psychophonetics Practitioners (IAPP). She currently facilitates personal development courses such as “The healing power of sound”; acts as a professional supervisor; and maintains a private psychotherapy practice. Robin is the mother of three grown children and grandmother of four.