The internship (2000 hours) at Heritage Clinic strengthens interns' general psychological skills, knowledge & skill in serving older adults and community psychology approaches. The training goals are to: 1) train interns in high quality, general skills in psychological assessment and diagnosis, intervention, supervision, consultation, research and inquiry, ethical and legal standards, professional values, communication and interpersonal skills, and cultural proficiency; 2) develop interns' understanding and skill in geropsychology; and 3) help clinicians understand community psychology, with particular focus on methods of reaching underserved & culturally diverse populations. We train interns to be practitioners who apply scholarly knowledge and methods of scientific inquiry to the clinical and community situations in which they are asked to intervene. Typically, doctoral interns are involved in diverse clinical services including in-home, in-the field and telehealth psychotherapy with older adults, psychotherapy with severely mentally ill elders, clinical case management, limited psychological assessment, clinical mental health outreach with elders experiencing severe symptoms of mental illness, consultation with multidisciplinary professionals and psychoeducational outreach. Many services are delivered where elders live, including with homeless older adults, as well as services being provided in the office and via telehealth. Each week interns receive two hours of individual supervision, one hour of clinical staff consultation and one geropsychology training seminar. Full-time interns receive two additional hours of group supervision/week. The clinic is staffed by licensed & waivered psychologists, master's level social workers and marriage and family therapists, mental health rehabilitation specialists, as well as day-care and support staff. Trainees include postdoctoral fellows, pre-doctoral interns and practicum students.