Jessica ChenFeng, PhD, LMFT, addresses “Psychology, Race, and Evangelicalism”.
Alvin Alvarez, PhD, co-author of “Asian American Psychology: Current Perspectives” addresses the question: “Does Race Matter for Asian Americans?”
Dr. Nita Tewari addresses the question: “What Is Asian American Psychology?”
Shame can be harmful – but by cultivating compassion, we can change how we relate to ourselves and others when we fall short.
What separates a healthy sex drive from an addiction? This week, therapist Roy Kim joins us to talk about his experiences with sex addiction and counseling.
A podcast conversation about how childhood family dynamics, internalized context, partner relationship, and other racialized factors can all impact parenting.
Expert married couple Scott and Sandra So Hee Chi Kim explain what works (and doesn’t) in their marriage, from family-of-origin dynamics to internalized context
How can we build relationships that have the capacity for authenticity, connection, and mutuality?
Our connection with our parents – or its lack – is a source of tension for many Asian Americans. Dr. Barbara W. Kim joins us to discuss relating to our parents.
For many Asian American individuals and communities, church is the primary or even only space to learn about mental health and well-being. How can our churches lean into this reality and embrace their role as venues for healing, education, and support?