As in intensive and more standard behavioural services, the goal in outpatient clinical settings is to provide specific treatment packages based on operant function, rather than relying on demographic or diagnostic variables. However, behavioural consultation and related services offered within a time-limited outpatient setting is met with unique challenges. The purpose of this panel is to share the practice model of three outpatient clinics, differing in capacity, affiliation, and history, to facilitate conversation about common and particular challenges shared by practitioners working in outpatient settings. The goal is to engage colleagues from similar models and practices to discuss issues such as intake and assessment protocols; student, staff, and volunteer training; client retention; technology; growth and sustainability; payment for services; as well as unique challenges for clinics housed within a university. Panelists welcome and encourage practitioners who are interested in connecting with other clinics for continued networking and ongoing dialogue to attend.