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 at the Center for Autism and Related Disorders. Group supervision focuses on presenting cases, reviewing current research and methods, and discussing best practice intervention and assessment techniques. Individual supervision takes place with the supervising psychologists of each major rotation. At the beginning of each rotation, each fellow will meet with his or her supervisors to identify specific professional goals, and the fellow will receive formal written feedback on progress toward those goals six months into the rotation, and then again at the end of the rotation. Fellows will receive documents detailing due process and grievance procedures.