Two semesters,* 3 units each, small group supervision based on the student’s field placement experience with their population of focus. Students will critically review and present forensic cases from their field placements, focusing on assessment, diagnosis, treatment planning, referrals with peer and faculty review and input. Topics addressed will be therapist qualities and countertransference issues, evidence based practices, human diversity, stress, co-occurring disorders, SUD, psychotropic self-medication, severe mental disorders, community resources, referrals and advocacy, disaster, trauma, interagency collaboration, and case management. *Students have the option to take additional semesters of this course to meet their hour requirement. Prerequisites: CPSY 200, 206, 209A, and 209B.