Roberta Cone, Psy.D., M-RAS, holds a doctoral degree in clinical psychology and is a registered addiction specialist. A successful program administrator and clinician for almost two decades in the oversight, development, and delivery of nonprofit intervention programs for the court mandated Batterer’s Intervention, Anger Management and Drug Diversion Programs. Dr. Cone is a member of the Scientific and Medical Advisory Committee for the international nonprofit organization Amputee Coalition and has extensive public speaking and advocacy experience. Roberta is also a university professor teaching about challenges facing the disabled. She is passionate about the prevention of relationship violence (physical, emotional, verbal, sexual, etc.) and about her contribution as a research scientist in the treatment of chronic pain. She is the developer of the Tripartite Mirror Apparatus, a visual feedback innovation for eliminating phantom limb pain. Roberta has worked with the Veterans Administration Healthcare System effectively treating our limb loss veterans and returning combat soldiers for phantom limb pain, anger, PTSD, grief, and issues of poor body image.