The internship program is based in a public university with a diverse student population of 43,000. Facilities, including offices, computers and the building, are superb. We have recenly expanded our center to include new office space and a large welcoming lobby.The Doctoral Internship in Health Service Psychology at the Florida State University Counseling Center has the Aim of supporting interns in their professional growth and in gaining solid skills in the Profession Wide Competencies through an atmosphere which emphasizes a mentor-apprentice approach and continuous learning. This training program is characterized by close, collegial interactions between interns and supervisors and a developmental approach that provides for increasing autonomy over the course of the internship. Individual and group therapy is emphasized, along with a mentored experience in couples therapy. Consultation, outreach and supervision are other components of the training. The supervisory staff have varied orientations including cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic, object-relations, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, gestalt, and existential-humanistic. The CAPS staff is diverse and multi-disciplinary with a variety of interests and areas of expertise including: group therapy, treatment of anxiety and depression, personality disorders,trauma, eating disorders, gay-lesbian-transgendered issues, men's and women's issues, multi-cultural therapy, group therapy, anger and stress management, crisis intervention, consultation, and outreach. Two hours of weekly individual supervision with your primary supervisor and two weekly sessions of Group supervision. One hour of Group Supervision of individual sessions and discussion of Professional Development topics with the Training Director; and one hour of Supervision of Group Work with the Coordinator of the Group Program . There are also weekly seminars on topics of clinical interest. In addition, there are weekly specialty seminars including the topics of Assessment, Diversity, Supervision, Group Therapy, and Research. Interns gain administrative experience through participation in CAPS committees. Professional development is encouraged through financial support and leave for attendance at conferences, licensure education, paid membership in the Florida Psychological Association. Consultation experience is provided using a mentorship approach with current liaisons.