Gail Gillingham Wylie, M.Sc. is an individual, marital and family therapist working in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, specializing in the field of autism. She has a Bachelor's of Arts in Psychology from the University of Alberta and a Master's of Science in marital and family therapy from Loma Linda University, California. She has worked as a quantum biofeedback practitioner since 2005. Gail is known internationally through her books on autism: Autism Handle with Care (1995), Autism A New Understanding (2000) and Sharing our Wisdom (2003) and has spoken at many conferences on autism throughout the world. These include presentations at the World Conferences on Autism in Toronto in 1993, and Cape Town, South Africa in 2006. Her latest book In Search of Self takes her out of the autism world as it applies to each and every one of us. Gail first began using the model of self as tool with her clients while working as a family therapist. She has successfully incorporated it into her quantum biofeedback sessions as it provides a visual map for those who are working towards self awareness. She fully believes that we are living at a time during which developing an unconditional acceptance of one's self and of others is of prime importance. This model of self can help us do that.