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Coping During COVID-19: Asian American Perspectives

October 8, 2020 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm
Asian American Activities Center

Having difficulty coping and promoting your wellness during these challenging times?

Interested in learning coping strategies to implement in your daily life?

Is COVID causing you to struggle to adapt to your environment and feel safe because of your identity?

COVID-19 has affected us, our families, and our communities in drastic ways. With these changes, our mental health and wellness can be challenged due to living in different environments, being exposed to hateful messages, and other challenges. Therefore, taking time to reflect and learn evidenced-based coping skills can be important for sustaining us during these times.

Join our confidential virtual workshop and discussion with Dr. Caroline Lee '09, Clinical Psychologist, to learn coping skills and strategies on how we can take care of ourselves during these difficult times!

Fun fact: Dr. Lee was a part of the Stanford Asian American Mental Health Task Force in 2007 that led to the creation of the iLive Program and taught an Asian American studies course at Stanford called “Culture and Coping: Asian American Approaches”!

Event Sponsor: 
Asian American Activities Center
Contact Email: 
patil23a@stanford.edu