Fellows receive weekly individual supervision from two supervisors. Additionally, fellows receive an hour of weekly supervision for each of their groups, along with their group co-leader (2.0 hours). The supervisory staff consists of psychologists and a social worker, all of whom have extensive experience in college mental health. Many of the supervisors have a psychodynamic orientation, influenced by brief psychodynamic theory, relational and interpersonal perspectives, object relations and self-psychology. Several supervisors are also guided by systems, developmental, and cognitive behavioral theory. Fellows routinely videotape sessions with clients. This provides trainees and supervisors with an opportunity to review sessions in depth. Additional unscheduled supervision is available when needed.