Models for Multidisciplinary Arrangements describes and analyzes several types of multidisciplinary arrangements through which psychologists may associate with others to optimize their position in the marketplace. The book not only addresses the advantages and disadvantages of various multidisciplinary arrangements, but also reviews on a state-by-state basis the legal ramifications of choosing a particular arrangement.
—Russ Newman, PhD, JD
- General Discussion of Arrangements
- Individual State Summary and Recommendations
- Survey of State Laws