Candidates for this full time internship program apply to one of our three training tracks, each with training based in training-centered clinics within the University of Michigan's Mary A. Rackham Institute. Interns in our Child Track and our ASD Track are placed in our child/family clinic (the University Center for the Child and the Family) and interns in our Adult Track are placed in our adult clinic (the Psychological Clinic). Both units offer strong supervision and seminar programs. Both programs are integrative & evidence-based. Both work within a hybrid office model, with 2-3 days/week onsite and 2-3 days/week working virtually. The child program works with a wide group of clients in evidence-based assessment, parent, couples, and family treatments, individual interventions, and psychoeducational groups and community consultation; the adult program works with individuals, couples, and groups using a range of evidence-based therapeutic approaches, including CBT, ACT, DBT, CBASP, Mindfulness based interventions, & integrative models. Both programs provide experience in test administration and ADHD/LD evaluations, with ASD testing and/or neuropsychological testing also available. In addition to these core experiences throughout the year in outpatient psychotherapy and testing, interns also select specialized mini-training opportunities (up to 4 hrs/wk) among a variety of options including research, community outreach, school-based work, emergency room or inpatient shadowing, therapy certification, family based wellness consultation and program development, early childhood mental health assessment, and supervision of junior trainees. These mini opportunities may last for a few months or throughout the training year. Staff are primarily psychologists, with social workers and a consulting psychiatrist. Training occurs in an interdisciplinary context that includes psychology practicum and social work students, MSW fellows, psychology postdoctoral fellows, and psychiatry residents.