Last Call: Special Series Dedicated to the Covid-19 Crisis
Jaeki and Jojo speak with Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Therapist Joy Lieberthal Rho about how Asian Americans can take care of their mental health with the rise of hate crimes. Joy breaks down how therapists can help validate these real anxieties and fears and work with clients to find new ways forward. She gives us tips on what you can do when you feel nervous about going outside like Facetiming a friend so they are watching over you. As a therapist that works with adoptees, she also provides guidance on how a Asian person can talk to their non-Asian parents, partner(s), and friends about the fear they are feeling. For all that are interested in therapy, Joy demystifies the steps to finding a therapist. Tune in now!
Learn more about Joy Lieberthal Rho:
on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/joy.lieberthalrho
And follow her Adoption work:
Adoptee international network https://iamadoptee.org/
Culture Camp for Korean adoptees https://www.sejongusa.org/
In the coming weeks, $6.99 Per Pound is going to provide you perspectives and personal stories on how Asians have been impacted by COVID-19. Make sure to subscribe to stay up-to-date with the latest drops from our special series!
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