One man alone cannot construct an entire profession, but David Shakow is one of the architects responsible for shaping clinical psychology into the profession it is today. Reflecting the ideas of a man whose name is synonymous with the field, this volume brings together for the first time his most significant papers in this area and presents a comprehensive, far-reaching overview of clinical psychology addressed to all of its professionals and students.

Dr. Shakow's forty years of influence as a clinician, training program administrator, professor, researcher, and public servant are profoundly reflected in these papers. They offer insight into the work and world of the clinician, the nature of training programs, the history and development of the profession, and the relationship between clinical psychology and other disciplines. Not simply a descriptive record of one man's achievements, the thinking mirrored in this volume is pertinent, even crucial, to the future development of the field.

The author's persistent and continuing concern for top quality in training and practice pervades these essays, making them a unified chronicle of the professional growth of clinical psychology and of a master professional's ideas and involvements with the problems and issues in his field. No clinician or student can fully understand the nature of the field, how it came to be, and where it is going, without reading this volume.

chapter 1|13 pages

Clinical Psychology: An Evaluation [I948]

chapter 2|24 pages

Clinical Psychology [1952]

chapter 3|5 pages

· Clinical Psychology [I968]

chapter 7|13 pages

· The Role of the Psychologist [I965]

chapter 10|11 pages

The Worcester Internship Program [1946]

chapter 17|28 pages

Psychology and Psychiatry: A Dialogue [1949]

chapter 23|9 pages

One Psychologist as Analysand [1940]