I am Dr. Bill. You will find I am passionate about the field of School Psychology, especially School Neuropsychology, which I have been learning about since the early 1980s when the term, School Neuropsychologist, was first being suggested as a subspecialty of school psychology. If you are interested in my history of professional development as a School Neuropsychologist, see the issue (Fall, 2009) of the Illinois School Psychologist Association’s (ISPA) newsletter where I started a continuing column on School Neuropsychology. Other professional information of importance is that I see myself primarily as a Practioner as I am a retired School Psychologist with 39 years’ experience; the last 33 working in a K to age 22 special ed day school with a wide and varied population of disabilities. This has provided me with the many case studies that I share with students during the Biological Basis of Behavior (Introduction to School Neuropsychology) and Psychopathology courses to highlight and make real the various psychopathologies. As a practicing field school psychologist, I had 20 Interns and over 100 Practicum students which is one of the reasons I enjoy being a University Supervisor of Practicum Students and Interns. Prior to joining the TCS staff, I taught the Bio Basis course for 8 years at Loyola University, while also teaching it for 1 semester at National-Louis University. I have been a part time Assistant Professor at TCS for the past 5 years being Lead Instructor for Bio Basis & Psychopathology in addition to being University Supervisor for Intern & Practicum classes. I have also taught Psychotherapy as one of my primary roles working in the special education day school was being a therapist. I also had a private practice working with Clinical Psychologists for 16 years, again primarily as a therapist working with children adolescents, parents and families. I do not have to work since I officially retired 6 years ago. I teach because I enjoy it, especially since I get to teach my high interest areas, including the Bio Basis class. One of my goals is to have at least one student each semester catch part of my passion and curiosity re school neuropsychology.