Peter Scheer studied medicine and philosophy at the University of Vienna. He completed his pediatric training at various hospitals in Vienna. He was the head of the Psychosomatic Division at the University Clinic for Children and Adolescents in Graz, Austria but is now retired. Together with Marguerite Dunitz-Scheer he developed the “Graz tube weaning model” over the course of 20 years. Peter Scheer is head of the research team, a trained psychotherapist (Adlerian), teaching analyst with the Austrian Medical Association, corresponding member to the American Academy for Child and Adolescence Psychiatry, elected member to the Royal Society of Medicine and former member of the executive council of the Austrian Pediatric Society. He co-founded the German Association for Infant Mental Health (GAIMH), member of WAIMH, AACAP and was awarded the Great Medal of Honour by the Governor of Styria and the Austrian Honorary Cross for Science and Arts by the Austrian President. He is guestprofessor for change management at the Vienna business school and responsible for the post graduate program there. At NoTube, Peter Scheer is the co-head of medical coaching and consulting together with Marguerite Dunitz-Scheer, personally taking care of our young patients.