This chapter applies Therapeutic Jurisprudence (‘TJ’) to Clinical Legal Education. University law clinics often engage in public-interest lawyering for underprivileged communities that experience multi-dimensional and social hardships alongside their legal issues. Many of them aim to maximise the individual’s wellbeing while striving for equality and social justice, goals that are also shared by therapeutic professionals, and especially social workers. Those common goals lead many clinical supervisors to address both legal and non-legal concerns.