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All students in graduate counseling programs must complete a practicum and internship, which include direct service with actual clients in a professional setting. Most counseling students are required to log between 700-1,000 hours of practicum/internship experience in order to graduate. During this period, students are evaluated by both the on-site supervisor and their faculty advisor. "The Counseling Practicum and Internship Manual: A Resource for Graduate Counseling Programs" is specifically designed for students in practicum and internship settings who are studying to become counselors. The text is filled with the latest information students need to know in order to perform responsibly and maintain ethical standards while on practicum and internship. The manual comprehensively covers practicum and internship settings in all counseling settings: rehab, school, mental health, addictions, marriage and family, and more.