Increasing numbers of clinicians have become involved in organizational and clinical-organizational consultation. Even more are expected to enter this exciting and challenging area of practice in the near future for the reasons noted in Chapter 1. These cliniciansturned-consultants will parlay their clinical skills and apply them to organizational dilemmas, aiding troubled executives, work teams, and even entire organizations. Many will find this experience gratifying as they discover how to apply their clinical sensitivity to new environments. Others will find it frustrating, as they discover the many ways in which organizational consultation differs from clinical practice. This chapter addresses the training and experience as well as the knowledge and skills necessary to function as a clinicianconsultant.