Daniel B. Fishman is editor-in-chief of the online journal Pragmatic Case Studies in Psychotherapy. His prior appointments were as associate director of a large community mental health center in metropolitan Denver and director of a major National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) contract to develop a cost-effectiveness methodology for community mental health centers. He is past president of the Eastern Evaluation Research Society, past president of the Society for Studying Unity Issues in Psychology, and a former board member of the Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy. He's written more than 100 articles and book chapters and made more than 100 presentations at professional conventions, which have all spanned his interests in the systematic case study method, qualitative research, pragmatic psychology, philosophy of science, cognitive behavior therapy, program evaluation, community psychology, organizational psychology, and professional psychology training. Dr. Fishman's books include A Cost-Effectiveness Methodology for Community Mental Health Centers (1981); Assessment for Decision (with D.R. Peterson; 1987); Paradigms in Behavior Therapy: Present and Promise (with F. Rotgers and C.M. Franks; 1988); The Human Side of Corporate Competitiveness (with C. Cherniss; 1990); The Case for Pragmatic Psychology (1999); Caregiver Alliances for At-Risk and Dangerous Youth: Establishing School and Agency Coordination and Accountability (with C.A. Blechman, C.A. Fishman, and J.C. Lewis; 2004); and Case Studies Within Clinical Trials: Integrating Qualitative and Quantitative Methods (in press). Dr. Fishman is a licensed psychologist.