Maria do Céu Salvador, is of clinical psychology at the University of Coimbra, where she lectures on behavioural, cognitive and contextual models and CBT for children and adolescents. She supervises students in their last year of training in CBT, and she supervises master and PhD thesis. She is a member of the Center for Research in Neuropsychology and Cognitive and Behavioral Intervention, at the same university, and her major research interests are: social anxiety (disorder), test anxiety, personality disorders, third generation therapies, assessment instruments and intervention programs for children, adolescents and adults, and bridging the gap between second and third generation therapies. She has published over 50 papers and book chapters, collaborating with several national and international universities and researchers, and she teaches in several accredited training programs, both in Portugal and abroad. She is also an accredited psychotherapist and supervisor working in private practice, and she is the clinical director of a training and clinical centre in the city where she lives. Her interest in the dissemination and development of CBT determined her participation in the EABCT, where she has served as secretary-treasurer for 6 years, and she is currently the President of the Portuguese Association of Behaviour Therapies.