The antipsychology frenzy is seen again in our opposition to the appointment of Alan Kazdin, Ph.D., to head the Yale Child Study Center. This protest echoes complaints voiced years ago—in Psychiatric News—about social workers supervising psychiatry residents in psychotherapy. Some of us believe that an M.D. should not look up to a non-M.D. for supervision—it might hurt the identity of the future leaders of the mental health team. This excess credentialism does not help us as team leaders or team players, and for our Board of Trustees to tell Yale who is best for its distinguished program is errant foolishness—especially when we have to say that, of course, we mean no criticism of Dr. Kazdin.