This program provides in-depth training in health services psychology and exposes interns to the various activities that psychologists provide in a University Counseling Center setting. The training model is a "Practitioner-Developmental" model that emphasizes competent practice, developmental training, diversity, the science of psychology, and professionalism. Interests and theoretical orientations of staff members vary widely. Interns are encouraged to develop their own interests and orientations. Interns are provided experience and develop competence in individual and group therapy, assessment, crisis intervention, outreach, consultation, supervision, ethics, diversity, and professional behavior. In addition to service activities in these areas, interns participate in a training seminar, assessment seminar, a supervision seminar, peer supervision, a process meeting, and staff meetings. Interns participate in two hours of supervision with a licensed psychologist and an additional one hour of consultation/supervision with another staff member. Additional supervision is provided for group therapy. While a core curriculum exists, interns are also provided with ample time and opportunity to develop special interest areas including but not limited to any of the above-listed areas, as well as: eating disorders, supervision/training, working with athletes/Athletics, trauma, research, multicultural and diversity-related expertise, prevention programming, and behavioral health interventions/consultation. The staff strives to create a work and learning environment that is supportive, stimulating, and fun! Interns are fully integrated into the staff and their presence is highly valued. Ample opportunity also exists to explore and enjoy a resort-area mountain environment that is rich with outdoor recreation and fantastic scenery.