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By way of introducing ourselves as the co-authors of this article and providing a little context for what follows, John Donahue is a clinical psychologist, an assistant professor at the University of Baltimore, and a practicing psychotherapist. Boyd Eustace is a licensed counselor and a lead therapist at a hospital-based outpatient mental health clinic in Baltimore, in addition to maintaining a private counseling practice in the city. The University of Baltimore’s graduate program in counseling psychology and the outpatient clinic in which Boyd works partner in the training and professional development of the university’s graduate students. Colleagues on both sides of this partnership share an interest in fostering collaboration between graduate-level training programs and clinicians in practice settings. A primary focus of the partnership is bridging the gap between academia and clinical practice.