Ragnar Storaasli, PhD, is an applied behavior analyst, recognized trainer in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and a research methodologist with a long association and commitment to teaching, training and supervising doctoral students at the University of Denver’s Graduate School of Professional Psychology, where he serves as a clinical associate professor. Ragnar has a proven track record in developing and implementing various types of curricula in areas of philosophy and theory, research and statistics, and applied clinical work, as well as the development of clinical seminars and workshops, life skill and process groups. He has published in several areas of psychology, including behavior psychology and behavioral medicine, marital psychology and diversity issues, and has also done cartooning with work appearing in books on Marital Psychology, Money and Marriage, and Sex Education. Ragnar’s background includes extensive training, evaluative, supervisory and consultative experience in working with students, staff and colleagues within and outside the academic environment. Ragnar’s commitment is to help individuals heal the past, empower the present, and achieve a future that is vital and lived according to their personal values. In a very deep sense, Ragnar believes that all human beings are in the same boat. What unites us can trap us all, but every human being has the ability to live a life that truly matters.