The clinical graduate psychology program at MSU is committed to understanding and promoting mental health in an increasingly diverse society. Our faculty has a range of research and clinical interests in areas of diversity, including cultural/ethnic and racial diversity, international diversity, issues of gender, sexual orientation, and social class, as well as disability status. There are a number of diversity opportunities in the Clinical Interest Group, Department, and University as whole.
Our clinical faculty is involved in a variety of research projects and initiatives that involve issues of diversity and inclusion.
The MSU Psychological Clinic serves a broad array of clients from the Lansing and East Lansing Communities with diverse backgrounds.
The primary mission of the Consortium is to generate and apply psychological science to increase our understanding of multicultural issues in both domestic and international contexts.
The clinical group has a standing diversity committee comprised of students and faculty whose purview includes research, training, and climate in the areas of diversity, multiculturalism, and inclusion.