Rosalie and I met at the USY program at Logan Square Congregation Shaare Zedek in Chicago in 1955. We both were at Ramah Wisconsin in 1956. We continued to date throughout our college undergraduate years and were married at Temple Emanuel in Chicago in June 1961. The Ramah experience in the beautiful Northwoods of Wisconsin provided us with an appreciation of Judaism and nature that we continue to experience in the Sedona Red Rock area of northern Arizona where we now reside. The Ramah experience also introduced us to clinical psychology and psychoanalysis that shaped our professional education and life’s work. We wrote a book together that describes the psychological model that served as the foundation for our therapy practice. I recently wrote an article “In Every Generation…” that describes my view of the dynamics of anti-semitism in every generation.” Our work is on our web site www.malterinstitute.org.