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Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Phases of Treatment: Crisis Intervention

March 31, 2022

Presented by Chena Tran, LCSW

Stigma and cultural practices in Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities play a significant role in help seeking behavior in the face of mental health crises. This training will help mental health providers better recognize the various factors that may give rise to the challenges in crisis intervention work, with consideration to some of the complexities between age, inter-generational differences, and ethnic groups. Providers will be able to identify and share resources and practices that may better serve the needs of AAPI clients and families, while reflecting on the impact of crises on both the client and the provider.


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