The purpose of the Clinical Practice portion of the Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions Counseling Program is to adequately prepare counselors-in-training to effectively and ethically provide theoretically-based treatment to clients under the direct supervision of both university and site supervisors. Counseling Program faculty collaborate with both students and site supervisors to promote the development of counselors-in-training and ensure client welfare. Professional practice, which includes practicum and internship, integrates theory and practice, solidifying clinical skills, and assimilating students into the profession of counseling. These experiences provide opportunities for students to counsel clients who represent the ethnic and demographic diversity of the Greater Wasatch Front and the nation. Practicum and internship applications are due shortly after the Orientation to Practicum and Internship Meeting one semester prior to Practicum.