Competencies expected for postdoctoral fellows are are consistent with APA Core Competencies guidelines suggesting advanced practice in the areas of patient care, clinical knowledge, practice-based learning and improvement, interpersonal and communication skills, professionalism, and systems-based practice. Competencies have been specifically designed to help track progress in these areas. Fellows typically enter at the level Intermediate in basic clinical skills and move toward the Advanced level at the end of Fellowship (ADPTC & CCTC, 2007). Fellows are provided a copy of the competencies at the start of the training year and will be evaluated at the end of each rotation by all supervising faculty (forms available on website). Additionally, Fellows will evaluate their supervisors at the end of each rotation and conduct an exit interview to give their feedback of the Fellowship program. In addition to the evaluations, the Training Committee meets monthly to discuss broader training issues and Fellows’ progress. Should any concerns be noted by the Training Committee, Fellows will be notified within one week by the Training Director or a faculty mentor to address concerns. Likewise, should a Fellow have concern regarding evaluation ratings, he/she can discuss this directly with the supervising faculty, Training Director or follow the Due Process procedures.