Table Talk YouTube Series: Mental Health and Stigma in the Asian American Pacific Islander Community

Authors:
Crystal Chen
Wynonna Susilo
Nancy Xiong
Aarati Ghimire, MSW, LCSW
Mabel Menard, MS, MA, MBA

Presented by

Crystal Chen

Crystal Chen is a board-certified Creative Arts Therapist, currently working at Washington Eating Recovery Center as a Primary Therapist on the children & adolescent team. Previously she worked…
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Wynonna Susilo

Wynonna (she/her) is a Chinese-Indonesian woman who is passionate about the intersectionality between racial and cultural identities and mental health. She completed her master’s degree in clinical…
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Nancy Xiong

Nancy was named after former First Lady, Nancy Reagan, as a symbol of democracy after her parents resettled in the United States as Hmong refugees from Laos. Growing up, she drove her mother through…
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Aarati Ghimire, MSW, LCSW

“I come from the country of beautiful mountains Nepal. I immigrated to the States in 2010 and have loved staying in Utah ever since. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. I earned both my bachelors…
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Mabel Menard, MS, MA, MBA

Mabel Menard is the President for OCA Greater Chicago, a nonprofit dedicated to promoting the economic, professional, and social well-being of Asian Pacific Americans in the Greater Chicago area. She…

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