By the SfHP Student Advisory Council's Diversity Committee

As chairs of the Society for Health Psychology (SfHP) Student Diversity Council, we plan to use this blog to bring awareness to the importance of diversity as it pertains to diversity in training, diversity on campus, and more specifically diverse experiences. Our vision is to empower graduate students by normalizing grad school experiences while building community; maximizing diverse connections across specializations, countries, and cultures to help break stigmas and barriers; and creating inclusiveness with the purpose of informing diverse communities of health psychologists. By raising awareness of these important topics, we hope to enhance ongoing conversations among trainees about diversity, discrimination, inclusiveness, and social justice.

Blog #13: Diversity in Supervision 

Blog #12: Why Asking About Race Matters in Healthcare

Blog #11: COVID 19 and the Impact on Diverse Graduate Students 

Blog #10: A Call to Action: Graduate Students of Color and Mental Health (Part 2)

Blog #9: Words Matter (Part 1)

Blog #8: A Call to Action - Graduate Students of Color and Mental Health (Part 1)

Blog #7: International Students - What Is It Like? How Can We Better Support Them?

Blog #6: Meet the 2019-2020 Diversity Committee

Blog #5: International Student Perspectives (Part 3)

Blog #4: International Student Perspectives (Part 2)

Blog #3: International Student Perspectives (Part 1)

Blog #2: A Need for Diversity in Training

Blog #1: How Diversity on Campus Benefits All Students