Assists students in the integration of self, theory and the practice of family therapy. This seven-quarter sequence is designed to build step-wise toward each students' development of a personal theoretical orientation of treatment and a clinical demonstration of mastery of his/her stated orientation in the final quarter (VII). Student learning outcomes/objectives for the practicum sequence meet SPU MFT program goals and are tied to Association of Marital and Family Therapy Regulatory Board's (AMFTRB) practice domains for the MFT national examination. The SPU MFT program has selected 62 of the 67 task statements from the AMFTRB Practice Domains; these tasks fit with beginning MFT competencies and students are evaluated to achieve these competencies during the SPU 7-quarter MFT Clinical Practicum sequence. Students will present individual and family cases which they are currently working with in their clinical placement settings. Groups will not exceed six persons. This is the required on-campus component of the off-campus practicum experience. Students are required to stay in sequence once they have committed to their practicum (a seven-quarter commitment).