At CAPS, we are committed to growing multiculturally as clinicians and as an organization. We are aware that there are different stages in this process. The process starts with increasing self-awareness and understanding of systematic oppression that is present across the many institutions, including government, education, healthcare, legal, and others. We have many different life experiences and socioeconomic histories, which shape our worldviews that may grant power and privilege to some groups. Through facing how we may have benefited from and/or discriminated against based on our histories, through identifying our biases, power, and privilege and their impact on our interactions with our clients, and through increased cultural humility we become better therapists. Finally, we are committed to flourishing as a healthy multicultural organization through diversifying the organization, seeking input from diverse voices and groups, and working to serve under-represented populations in our community (see CAPS Statement on Anti-Black Violence).  

Information about Oregon State University/Corvallis diverse groups

OSU International Students Enrollment Facts and Figures

Diversity & Cultural Engagement

     Cultural Resource Centers

         OSU Pride Center

         Asian & Pacific Cultural Center

         Lonnie B. Harris Black Cultural Center

         Centro Cultural César Chávez

         Ettihad Cultural Center

         Native American Longhouse Eena Haws

         Women & Gender Center

Corvallis Multicultural Literacy Center