I'm a second-year clinical psych PhD student at a reputable university program Typically students in my program don't start practicum until year 3. However, because I came into my program with some clinical experience I got permission from our clinical director to do a special practicum at a university counseling center 20 hrs (10-12 direct contact) a week. This is not a typical site for practicum as all the staff are master's level only. I'm one of the only students they've had there. I receive supervision from an LMHC once a week and supervision from a psychologist in my department every other week. Since I've started I've really enjoyed my experience. The staff are kind and supportive and I'm getting a good jump on my contact hours. However, I feel the clients might not be getting evidence-based or even ethical care and I'm uncomfortable with this. I don't want to make a big deal about nothing especially because the other student clinicians (master's level) have told me they think clinical psychology students can come across as snobby. I'm wondering where is the line between "just not how I would do it" and "this is not acceptable practice" is? Examples of things that concern me -A licensed staff member advertises as balancing chakras as part of treatment -A different licensed staff member uses astrology for case formulation and treatment -A master's level intern gave a case presentation where he was treating a clear-cut (basically by the book) case of MDD as Anorexia based on lack of appetite alone. This is one of many, many examples of almost non-existent knowledge of diagnostic work or treatment planning -Trauma is treated only with a proprietary workshop based treatment method that is basically not represented in trauma literature (only papers are by the person selling the workshop) -Diagnoses are actively discouraged as "labels" and "harmful" I'm not concerned about myself. My own work is mostly CBT/ACT and my supervisors are supportive of my process and give helpful feedback. However, when I brought up my concerns to my psychologist supervisor he basically said "that's just how master's level clinicians are. Just ignore them and act like a psychologist". But I feel uneasy knowing students are seeking help and getting wrong or unscientific help.