A variety of training opportunities are available within the context of a community mental health setting. Interns receive experience working with a general outpatient population of children and families presenting with a very broad range of presenting pathology, problems, family structures, environmental contexts, abuse and family violence, and so on. The internship, along with the Center as a whole, has adapted to the ongoing Covid19 pandemic with the primary goal of continuing best practices for care for our clients and minimizing the health risks to vlients, staff, and the community. CFGC has transitioned to telehealth via Zoom as the primary means of service delivery. Interns receive substantial training in the virtual provision of services, including both intervention and assessment. Interns provide services primarily remotely via Zoom although in-person services when apropriate and necessary on a case by case basis, may be provided on site following the current safety protocols. In all programs, interns provide individual, family and group therapy. All interns provide psychodiagnostic assessment (testing) and intake evaluations, and participate in a variety of year-long seminar experiences, including the assessment seminar, the clinical issues seminar, cultural competence training, and evidence-based practices training. Supervision is provided by senior staff, and occurs in both one-to-one and small group formats. On average, interns spend 5 to 6 hours each week in supervision. In addition, interns acquire substantial experience functioning within multidisciplinary teams that include psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, education specialists, and a variety of other mental health professionals. The Center serves a diverse population including Latinx, African-American, Asian-American, and Euro-Americans. At present, the largest ethnic group we serve are Latinx families; thus applicants who are fluent in Spanish as well as English are strongly preferred. Services are provided to families from a broad range of socioeconomic backgrounds, with the majority of the families being Medi-Cal recipients in the lower range of SES. We work with families within the broader community setting, with a major emphasis on coordinating with other resources and agencies. Significant strengths of the internship include dedication to providing high quality of supervision, and the array of clinical options available to interns. Interns receive specialized training in evidence-based practices. Students from diverse backgrounds, especially those with fluency in Spanish, are encouraged to apply. Please visit the internship description on our website at https://www.childguidance.org/portfolio/apa-accredited-psychology-doctoral-internship/ for more detailed information about our training and our agency.