Two clinical features in this issue provide expert advice on the assessment and treatment of potentially violent patients. In the first article (p. 190), Nora K. McNamara and Robert L. Findling discuss the assessment and treatment of a 16-year-old boy who is becoming violent. “Guns, Adolescents, and Mental Illness” is part of the Journal’s Treatment in Psychiatry series. This series examines the evidence-based treatment for a difficult clinical problem that is outlined in a brief patient vignette. In the second article (p. 195), Dale E. McNeil et al. present a new method to educate trainees on the assessment of violence in their article entitled “Impact of Clinical Training on Violence Risk Assessment,” the first of a new series, Education in Psychiatry. Like the Treatment series, the Education series begins with a vignette of a clinical problem, in this instance the evaluation of an angry 46-year-old man, but then discusses how to teach psychiatry residents and other trainees to address the problem. The two series are further described in an Editor’s Note, (p. 176).