Tony’s work with Robert Meyer began in a fairly unremarkable way. Yet, it was an experience that was to imprint itself indelibly on the young psychiatrist’s mind. Meyer had been admitted to Mount Sinai with a delusional disorder of a persecutory type. After his introduction to the subject through Jack Barnes, Tony was ready and interested to go to work. Psychotherapy with Robert was easy. This was an articulate, intelligent, 29-year-old married man who had worked in his father’s lighting business.