The Clinical Science Program holds diversity, equity, and inclusion as important values. We view diversity broadly, including but not limited to an individual's race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, abilities, beliefs, and culture, as well as how those identities may intersect. We define equity and inclusion as the promotion of equal treatment and access to opportunity for all individuals, in an environment of respect, collaboration, and fairness. These values guide our clinical training, which places the welfare of individual clients as the primary consideration for service provision, and our research, which strives to produce new knowledge that is sensitive to individual differences. Diversity in our faculty, student body, and staff as well as appreciation of diversity in our research and clinical work represent important priorities that contribute to the strength of the program. Moreover, we support recruiting and retaining members of historically underrepresented groups, including but not limited to those who identify as Black or African American, Hispanic or Latino, Native American, and Pacific Islander, as well as those from first-generation college backgrounds. We strive to promote the principles of equity and inclusion within our department and beyond through graduate training, clinical work, research, and teaching, as well as through open and productive dialogue.