National Association of Asian American Professionals (NAAAP) brings you a timely seminar to “Reclaim Your Self-Empowerment” for your work and beyond!

In this seminar which will happen on July 29 at 6:30PM CST, participants will get an opportunity to cultivate a sense of resilience at a time that is challenging and emotionally activating.

Through various healing and mental wellness frameworks, Dr. Noel Ramirez will review tools, strategies, and content that are aimed at supporting AAPI folx impacted by the increased rates of violence, racism, and xenophobia towards the community. 

Together, they will review relational strategies to develop courage, identify a true north to support in emotional and behavioral stuckness, and trauma-informed and healing-centered tools to help ground folx when distressed and find empowerment in professional and personal collectives.

Learning Objectives:

1. Develop an understanding of mental health needs among AAPI professionals amidst the increase in AAPI violence and discriminations; and

2. Improve knowledge on mental wellness strategies towards resilience and empowerment.

This event is open to all! You can register here.

About the Speaker

Dr. Noel Ramirez is a clinical social worker dedicated to creating opportunities for folx and communities to find a home within themselves. He is the director and owner of Mango Tree Counseling and Consulting, a group practice and mental health resource center for Asian American/Pacific Islanders (AAPI) folx in the state of Pennsylvania. Outside of Mango Tree, Dr. Ramirez is involved in varying community health and empowerment initiatives, specifically in working as a behavioral health consultant at a local federally qualified health center, teaching graduate social work practice on intersectionality and healing-centered practices at Columbia University and West Chester University, and social empowerment programming with Philadelphia Asian and Queer.

More Info (External Link)
July 30, 2021

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