Judith Landau, MD, DPM, CFLE child, family and community psychiatrist, formerly Professor of Psychiatry and Family Medicine, at the University of Rochester Medical Center, is currently President of Linking Human Systems, LLC, and LINC Foundation, Inc., in Boulder, Colorado. She serves as Senior Advisor to New York University’s International Trauma Studies Program, based at the NYU Center for Catastrophe Preparedness and Response, New York, New York. Over the past thirty years, she has developed and tested methods that identify the natural healing elements of families and communities. These methods recognize and mobilize natural change agents, link therapists, or community links to build upon the inherent resilience of the human spirit to improve their current situations. Her methods include a model for enhancing individual, family and community resilience. She has designed and taught courses in the prevention and treatment of substance abuse, trauma, cultural transition, AIDS/HIV infection and other chronic or life-threatening illnesses. She has developed and directed family-oriented child, adolescent and adult programs and services, consulting to a number of others in various countries. She has served as Principal Investigator on local, state and federal research and service grants in treatment and prevention at individual, community and family levels. This work is described in numerous papers, chapters, and Landau-Stanton & Clements, AIDS, Health and Mental Health.