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Asian and Asian American Community Workshop and Healing Space - with Dr. Jasmine Ueng-McHale, PhD
Wednesday, May 5, 2021, 8:00 PM until 9:30 PM
VIRTUAL LIVE WORKSHOPS
Registration is required
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Asian and Asian American Community Workshop and Healing Space
WITH DR. JASMINE UENG-McHALE, PhD
Please join us for a community workshop and healing space for Asian and Asian American mothers, fathers, and allies to share experiences during the escalation of Anti-Asian racism. The workshop will be led by Dr. Jasmine Ueng McHale.
Join us in discussing:
• The many emotions that come up in response to anti-Asian racism
• History of racialization of Asians and anti-Asian racism in the U.S.
• Parenting during this time
• Ways to better care for ourselves, support one another and work to make change in our communities
Non-Asian/Asian American participants are welcome and are asked to honor and center the emotions and experiences of those who identify as Asian or Asian American. The workshop will involve a combination of presentation, discussion, and journaling.
Please bring pen and paper.
Jasmine Ueng-McHale, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist practicing in Pennington and Princeton, NJ. She received her B.A. in psychology from Princeton University, where she graduated magna cum laude with a certificate in modern dance. She completed her doctorate at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. While at CUNY, she conducted research on the affective communication between mothers and babies, attachment theory, and reflective functioning. She later went on to develop a parent-infant and parent-toddler program in East Orange, NJ at the YCS Institute for Infant and Preschool Mental Health. In addition to her clinical work, Jasmine teaches an assessment course in the Certificate Program in Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health at Montclair State University. Interested in attachment relationships, the treatment of trauma, work with diverse populations, and spirituality, she is honored to work with individuals of all ages, parents and children, and of course, couples.