This is a 2000-hour internship program that mentors interns in developing their competencies and identity as professional psychologists. The program combines 1) direct service such as clinical work, outreach, and consultation, with 2) intensive supervision, and 3) didactic/experiential learning such as seminars and in-services. Our training model is developmentally based where experiences initially include more support and direction from permanent staff and move toward increased independence. Our diverse, multi-disciplinary staff offers a variety of theoretical approaches but highlights personal strengths, mindfulness, relationship building, diversity, equity, inclusion and social justice, and the process of psychotherapy. Interns are valued as important contributing members of the CAPS team, and we view the interaction between our system and individual trainees as an important source of learning. One goal is to facilitate a process of integrating the personal self with the professional self. This includes factors such as knowing one's strengths and weaknesses, maintaining an awareness of one's impact on clients and colleagues, developing/maintaining cultural humility, managing stress levels, setting realistic professional goals, and striving toward a healthy balance in one's life. Finally, we promote psychologists as being integrated members of the agencies and communities in which they serve, work, and live. Here at OSU, we work hard to ensure that CAPS is an active and visible presence on campus, and work collaboratively with other departments. Interns will have opportunities to work and interact with staff, faculty, and students across the campus community.