Palo Alto University (www.paloaltou.edu) is an accredited American educational institution with 40 years of experience in training excellent mental health professionals. According to a study (Stewart, 2007), the Pacific Graduate School of Psychology ranks in the top 25 (23 to be exact) out of 166 American Psychological Association approved clinical psychology programs in the U.S., based on a measure of the scholarly productivity of its faculty. (For more details, see Stewart, et al. (2007). Scholarly productivity in clinical psychology PhD programs. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, 14, 157-171.) The Pacific Graduate School of Psychology was founded in 1975 and has for many years focused on training graduate students in clinical psychology. In 2009 it expanded to include an undergraduate program in psychology, comprised of an undergraduate branch and a graduate branch (Pacific Graduate School of Psychology). It is a traditional university located in the San Francisco Bay area in California, U.S. A., with impressive clinical training resources that include cooperative relationships with Stanford University. It has an interest in improving counseling education around the world, which is why it is making its Online M.A. degree program in Counseling available in China and other parts of the world.