This course focuses on professional development, self-of-the-therapist issues, consultation, and clinical case presentation skills. Students receive consultation from the instructor and feedback from other students on clinical cases from their field placement settings. Students formulate and present cases using a variety of psychotherapeutic models with attention to sociocultural and contextual issues and recovery-oriented principles. Students must register for PSY 662 for two units each term, during a period of four consecutive terms (8 units). Students must obtain a placement in an approved clinical setting with a signed, written agreement. Clinical hours gained while enrolled in practicum count toward LMFT and LPCC license requirements.