Helen Meyers is a training and supervising analyst at the Columbia University Psychoanalytic Center. She is renowned internationally as a leader in psychoanalytic education and as a psychoanalytic thinker and writer. Instrumental in establishing the House of Delegates of the International Psychoanalytical Association and herself one of the nine North American delegates, she was elected as the representative delegate to the Executive Council of the IPA and has served as vice president of the IPA. For 15 years, Dr. Meyers has led the Regional Council of Greater New York, which sponsors joint meetings between the New York and Philadelphia psychoanalytic societies and institutes. A leader in the American Psychoanalytic Association, Dr. Meyers has served on the Board of Professional Standards, the Executive Council, the Committee on Certification, The Program Committee, and the Committee on New Training Facilities and as a councilor-at-large. Dr. Meyers has served on the editorial board of the International Journal of Psychotherapy and JAPA. She is widely known for her writing on gender, perversions, masochism, adolescence, aggression, psychic reality and psychoanalytic education. As a plenary speaker at the 1997 International Congress in Barcelona, she gave a talk on sexuality in the clinical situation. In 1998, she was chosen to be the first Traveling Woman Psychoanalytic Scholar of the APsaA.