The graduate counseling programs at Regis are grounded in empirical science, compassionate practice, and social justice advocacy. We are committed to the development of counselors who are guided by theory and ethical awareness, informed by the active inclusivity of intersectional feminism, and dedicated to anti-racist practices. Through a community of collaborative engagement and leadership, we seek to inform and transform mental health delivery systems, reduce stigma and barriers to treatment, and serve our communities in ways that model fairness and instill hope.
Addressing barriers to equity based on the overlapping identities and experiences of race, class, gender, sexuality, age, and ableness.
A framework for conceptualizing a person, group of people, or social problem as affected by a number of discriminations and disadvantages. It takes into account people's overlapping identities and experiences in order to understand the complexity of prejudices they face.
The belief in social, economic, and political equality of the sexes.