The SSCHC is an urban community health center that provides services to low-income members of a diverse and predominantly Latino enclave and surrounding communities. It operates within an integrated care model, in which primary care is a gateway for individuals with behavioral health needs. Students have opportunities to provide individual psychotherapy to adolescents and adults as well as opportunities to conduct group interventions using mindfulness and acceptance and commitment therapy approaches with elderly Latinos. A behavioral health consultation (BHC) primary care rotation is also available. Supervision is conducted by both masters-level and Ph.D. level clinicians. Treatment modalities include Behavioral Activation, Prolonged Exposure, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. Opportunities to conduct differential diagnostic assessments are also available. Services are provided in both Spanish and English.