(Prerequisite, MH898.) This course supports interns who are engaged in field experiences at a site or sites that offer opportunities for working with mental health clients. Over the course of their program, interns complete 900 clock hours of experience for 9 hours of academic credit. The intern will engage in individual and group counseling, and may engage in family counseling, substance abuse counseling and work with a variety of populations in various settings. In addition, interns will perform a variety of other activities that a regularly employed staff member in the setting would be expected to perform. The internship is a cognitive and skill-building opportunity that must extend the intern beyond his/her current skill and knowledge base. Each intern will learn experientially through their own site work, as well as from the insights, information, and evaluation of other sites from class peers.