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Happy Asian Woman Podcast – Ep. 14: Healing and Resilience Strategies in the Face of Racism with Jeanie Y. Chang (Pt. 2 of 2)
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CNN Interview - Mental Health Across Generations

“The ‘sandwich population’ that are caring for them are telling me things like, ‘Yeah, my parents are buying guns now’ because what they understand is the fear and the grief, the loss of feeling safe physically and emotionally,” explains licensed clinician Jeanie Chang. “We have a lot of unresolved grief because things keep happening.”

Forbes - How One Corporate Speaker uses K-Dramas to explore Mental Health Topics

As a therapist and public speaker, Jeanie Y. Chang often discusses mental health at corporate events. Her talks and workshops at companies, such as MicrosoftMSFT +0.9%, usually focus on the importance of mindfulness and resilience. Lately she’s had a growing number of corporate invitations to talk about Korean dramas.

We’re living in an era of daily trauma: Here’s how to cope

Therapist Jeanie Y. Chang, LMFT, president and board chairman of the Asian Mental Health Collective, says that three emotional responses have defined her work since the onset of the pandemic. “Grief, collective trauma, and vicarious trauma are what I’m seeing and, really, what we’re all experiencing,” she says.

How 3 Therapists Are Breaking Down Barriers to Mental Health Care in AAPI Communities

Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) are one of the most diverse racial groups in the U.S., representing about 50 different ethnic groups and more than 100 languages and dialects. Despite the diverse cultures among AAPIs, it’s common to encounter stigma associated with mental health across communities.

Stress is a part of life. Burnout doesn’t have to be

“The last year and a half has had a huge effect on burnout, stress, depression around the world, really, and so we’re not the same,” said Jeanie Chang, a North Carolina-based licensed marriage and family therapist. “This is a changed world, a changed workplace.”

5 Mental Health Resources for Asian Americans Right Now

Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) are one of the most diverse racial groups in the U.S., representing about 50 different ethnic groups and more than 100 languages and dialects. Despite the diverse cultures among AAPIs, it’s common to encounter stigma associated with mental health across communities.

5 Ways We Can Build Cultural Resilience in the Face of Anti-Asian Racism

We are grieving and feeling a tremendous amount of pain and fear. The escalating rhetoric and violence against Asians culminated in a mass shooting in Atlanta last week where eight people were killed, six of them Asian women, four of them Korean. They were murdered as they worked to support themselves and their families.

Our Kids' Mental Health: How the Pandemic Is Impacting Our Children

We are grieving and feeling a tremendous amount of pain and fear. The escalating rhetoric and violence against Asians culminated in a mass shooting in Atlanta last week where eight people were killed, six of them Asian women, four of them Korean. They were murdered as they worked to support themselves and their families.

AHN Top 50 Unsung Heroes 2021

Jeanie Chang is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Founder of Your Change Provider, PLLC, an interdisciplinary practice founded on solutions and Cultural Confidence® in promoting good mental health and wellbeing. Jeanie’s clinical expertise extends well outside the therapy room.

How Korean Dramas Are Being Used To Promote Mental Health

Jeanie Y. Chang, LMFT, CMHIMP, CCTP, uses k-dramas on a one-to-one basis in her work as a marriage and family therapist. Growing up, Chang rejected much of her parents’ Korean culture, but she eventually embraced her rich cultural heritage and decided to incorporate dramas into her therapy practice. She often assigns k-drama scenes as therapy homework.

This man livestreamed his entire life, even bathroom breaks, for a year straight.

“It’s hard to give one answer for everyone because everyone is on their own journey,” said Chang. “But perhaps in his case, livestreaming and constant interaction with people helped him feel less isolated.”

15 Signs Your Friendship Is Seriously One-Sided

And yet they’re mysteriously MIA if the tables ever turn! Whether it’s a school, work, or personal issue, you can bet your bottom dollar they flock to you when they’re in need of advice or help, but never return the favor.