Interns provide individual and group therapy as well as intake assessment, case management, and crisis intervention; supervision for advanced doctoral externs, consultation, and outreach. Possible rotations are available in diversity equity and inclusion; community service; outreach; skills based group; and mind body programs. Seminars include multicultural counseling, group therapy, supervision of supervision, assessment (utilizing the clinical interview as the main assessment tool), and a seminar on various professional issues with rotating presenters. Along with staff, interns also attend a weekly team meeting for intake disposition, assignment and consultation, and a bi-weekly group consultation meeting. Interns receive a minimum of four hours of supervision per week. Our student body is extremely diverse in multiiple domains including race, ethnicity, age, SES, religion, sexual orientation, and presenting concerns. There is particular emphasis placed upon a multicultural perspective in all aspects of clinical and professional work. Supervisors have a range of theoretical orientations, including psychodynamic, relational, feminist, multicultural, CBT, ACT and mindfulness. We have an approximate 20 session individual therapy limit with the opportunity for interns to extend services for at least two clients for the entire training year. Group therapy is unlimited for students and with a staff member, interns co-lead an interpersonal process group for the duration of the training year.