Clinic Diversity Statement | Department of Psychology

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Clinic Diversity Statement

In accordance with APA guidelines for multiculturalism,[1] we adhere to the highest standards of professionalism, respect, and multicultural competence. In the clinic, our faculty, student-clinicians, and staff members honor, value, and appreciate diversity from all members of the community. We strive to provide quality services that are sensitive to all types of cultural and individual differences, including: age, race/ethnicity, sex, gender identity, nationality, socioeconomic status, military background, religious affiliation, sexual orientation, disability, and other valued components of diversity. We work to create an environment which promotes awareness and acceptance of unique individual differences, and we strive to provide culturally relevant and appropriate services in accordance to each client's personal preferences and needs.

[1] Multicultural guidelines: An ecological approach to context, identity, and intersectionality. (2017). American Psychological Association. Retrieved from:

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