Diversity and Multicultural Resources

UK Clinical Psychology Doctoral Students Jessica Flores, Alyssa Jones, and Caitlyn Hood traveled to Ecuador with supervisor and Associate Director of Clinical Training Dr. Mary Beth McGavran to provide psychological services to predominantly Spanish speaking, rural, underserved communities in the Santo Domingo area. Services were provided alongside trainees from the Universidad de las Américas as part of an interdisciplinary health brigade through Shoulder to Shoulder Global.

 

The Clinical Psychology program at the University of Kentucky is committed to recognizing the diverse multicultural environment in which we live.  We value the dignity and worth of individuals without regard to gender identity or expression, ethnicity, race, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, political beliefs, or socioeconomic status.  We strive to be sensitive to cultural issues and to continue to expand our cultural competence through the creation of a respectful environment and ongoing diversity education.  We believe that our training program benefits from a commitment to recruiting, maintaining, and supporting diverse students and faculty.

The following resources may be useful for students who are interested in applying to our program and for students in our program.

We are institutional members of the Society for Black Brain and Behavioral Scientists.  

 

 

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