Clinician-leaders who take the time to absorb each of the chapters will come to have a very basic grounding in the major areas that affect administration and leadership in mental health at this time. Although the chapters are written by different contributors, there are two excellent features that tie the work together. The first is the presentation of major concepts in bold print throughout the work. This mechanism helps readers tie down the many new and perhaps unfamiliar concepts as they work at integrating this knowledge into their previous clinical constructs. The second feature is the presentation of a glossary of terms at the end of every chapter. The topics that are presented here are new to the clinician and vary from politics to administration, law, and finance. Each of these has its own language, and it is wonderful to have the major concepts defined and clarified for both present and future reference.