Monte Bobele, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist and professor of psychology at Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU) in San Antonio, Texas. He has been interested in brief post-modern psychotherapies since completing a post-doctoral fellowship at the Galveston Family Institute in the late 1980s. He was one of the founding faculty members of the Lake’s PsyD program in counseling psychology. He teaches graduate courses in systemic therapies and supervises graduate students in the department’s Community Counseling Service, the Center for Miracles (a multidisciplinary service for abused children and their families), and The Haven for Hope a new comprehensive center for the homeless in San Antonio. He has also been involved in OLLU’s development of a program designed to train culturally and linguistically competent psychologists to work with Spanish speaking populations. He frequently presents on brief therapy and multicultural training at national and regional professional conferences. He has co-led several cultural immersion programs in México. He spends his spare time at his loom weaving or on his bike riding Texas’ back roads.