From Surviving to Thriving: Stigma, Shame, and Resilience

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Date(s) - Tuesday, February 6
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

UCSB Multicultural Center

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Held in the MCC Lounge.

In this Social Justice Workshop, students are invited to consider how stigma and shame has shaped Asian American mental health and well-being. Using personal narratives and discussion, students will explore their own history, beliefs about mental health, and engage in dialogue about resilience and well-being. This workshop will provide a communal and collaborative space to collectively strategize ways to move forward and discuss important ways the Asian American community can empower one another to thrive. This workshop is led by Alyssa Hufana, a 2nd year doctoral student in Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology.