The conversation around Asian American mental health has expanded.
How has your role as an Asian American mental health professional informed your part in social change? How has a global pandemic and national protests impacted you and the individuals you work with, the layers within your identity as an Asian American mental health professional, and the roles outside this identity that you hope to incorporate? How can we support one another to grow in our practice and do so in a way that aligns with our purpose?
Join this interactive workshop as we consider the impact of the movement against racism on our practice and the impact we can have on the movement. This workshop is partly conversation and partly guided reflection as we reflect on roles in the social change ecosystem and the values around which they center.
The workshop is hosted by NYCAAMH (New York Coalition for Asian American Mental Health) and faciliated by Daniel Tanh, LCSW, and Yuna Youn.