This MMPI book has been written primarily for counselors and clinicians who work with three types of populations: university counseling center clients, private practice clients, and mental health clinic clients. These populations are not usually psychotic or neurotic but are likely to be people who are functioning adequately in their world but having problems in one or two areas. These problems may be longstanding ones, but more usually they are the result of situational pressures and stresses. These pressures may range from mild (such as selecting an academic major) to severe (such as divorce or death in the family).