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Navigating Intergenerational Trauma as an Asian American Female Leader

Discover the compelling experiences of Asian American women in leadership roles by unearthing the profound impact of intergenerational trauma rooted in migration and acculturation.

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Navigating Intergenerational Trauma as an Asian American Female Leader
Navigating Intergenerational Trauma as an Asian American Female Leader

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Sep 11, 2023, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Virtual Event

About the event

Discover the compelling experiences of Asian American women in leadership roles by unearthing the profound impact of intergenerational trauma rooted in migration and acculturation. Dive deep into how these historical challenges have played a role in perpetuating a negative stigma around Asian American female leaders. Through open-hearted dialogues and shared narratives, we will empower one another with essential insights to liberate ourselves from these constraints, nurturing resilience, authenticity, and personal growth.

Soo Jin Lee is a licensed marriage and family therapist in CA, co-director of Yellow Chair Collective, and co-founder of Entwine Community. Soo Jin's work focuses on providing healing for Asian American identities through understanding intergenerational trauma, racial trauma, and immigration stories. She has a special interest in destigmatizing the cultural implications of mental health and bridging the gap of knowledge in the mental health field about the unique struggles of Asian American mental health. 

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