Tagged: health

Mental Health Conference in Fullerton 3/09

[update] My workshop, Erasing Shame through Honest Conversations, was recorded successfully and is posted at erasingshame.com/csuf2019 . Watch or listen and share. Hello friends, I’ll be presenting at a breakout during this upcoming mental health conference in Fullerton, California. I’ll be talking...

Chinese American Mental Health Seminar Videos

Very valuable resources are now available online: culturally-relevant informative videos about mental health in Chinese and Asian American communities. Watch the videos in this YouTube playlist from the 2018 Enlighten Mental Health Seminar. Enlighten seminar notes and video titles are posted at english.cccto.org/mental-health/videos-handouts...

If Asian Americans struggle with Mental Health in May 2018

If Asian Americans struggle with Mental Health in May 2018

The month of May is Mental Health Awareness Month and Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. And these two things intersect, or shall we say, collide, for those who are Asian Americans and struggle with mental illness. Let’s do the math. The...

Mental Health Community Gathering on April 29, 2018

Most of us, if not all of us, know someone that struggles with mental health. Now there’s a safe place to help them know they’re not alone. (And, if that someone is you, you can experience a lot of help and hope...

Do you want to read my health updates?

Do you want to read my health updates?

I’m in a particular situation this month, February 2017, and it’s regarding my health. I’m in no danger now, but I did have a couple of personal episodes that required intervention and was helped by having prayer support from those who pray to...

Will churches help to erase shame about mental illnesses?

Will churches help to erase shame about mental illnesses?

Excerpt from “Can Churches Separate Mental Illness and Shame? Rick Warren confronts one more “last taboo.”” – cover story in Christianity Today by Christine A. Scheller (3/31/14):: “In some Asian populations, we know there are not even words for therapy or suicide…”