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From the Publisher"Perhaps the most important message of this book is that by virtue of their training in the clinical, research, and training arenas many psychologists are well-suited to assume complex administrative and managerial roles. As more psychologists are looking to define themselves professionally in other than traditional academic and psychotherapist roles, they may want to look to the examples and opportunities suggested in this book as a point of departure."
—CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOLOGY, 2002, Vol. 47, No. 1