Postdoctoral fellows receive a minimum of four hours of supervision per week (two hours of group supervision and two hours of individual supervision). Supervision is provided by licensed psychologists, two of whom are board-certified in child clinical psychology through the American Board of Professional Psychology. Group supervision primarily takes place in the context of departmental rounds and focuses on case presentations, discussion of assessment methods and review of relevant research. Individual supervision takes place with the supervising psychologists of each major rotation. At the beginning of each rotation, each fellow will meet with their supervisors to identify specific professional goals, and the fellow will receive formal written feedback on progress toward those goals three months into the rotation, and then again at the end of the rotation. Fellows will receive a minimum of two written evaluations per year, one at the end of each six-month major rotation. Fellows will receive documents detailing the due process and grievance procedures. There is no requirement for postdoctoral training in order to obtain licensure as a psychologist in Maryland. This fellowship does, however, satisfy supervised practice hours that are required for several surrounding jurisdictions (e.g., New Jersey, New York).