Asians Do Therapy

Reducing Stigma and Increasing Accessibility

Asians Do Therapy

Reducing Stigma and Increasing Accessibility

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Sandra Oh in Therapy

Sandra Oh has talked publicly about being in therapy. She has made history three times as the first person of Asian heritage to host the Golden Globes, the first Asian woman to win multiple Golden Globes and the first Asian woman to win a Golden Globe for best actress in a TV drama. Coincidence?  

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David Chang in Therapy

David Chang is a Korean-American restaurateur, author, and television personality. He is the founder of the Momofuku restaurant group. He is also the creator, producer and host of the Netflix original series, Ugly Delicious.⁣⁣ On his podcast, The David Chang Show (episode 8), he talks openly about his mental health and being in therapy. 

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Lilly Singh in Therapy

Lilly Singh is a second generation Indo-Canadian, bisexual YouTuber with 2 billion views, author of The New York Times best seller, “How to be a Bawse: a Guide to Conquering Life”, and executive producer and host of the late night show, "A Little Late with Lilly Singh".  In July 2019, she posted a vlog, "Let's Talk About Therapy". She calls therapy "self-love in action". Check it out on YouTube!

Stories of Asians Doing Therapy

Jen

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Jen is first generation Filipina-American, a mother, a trauma ICU nurse, a traveler, a partner to her wife Ginny, and a former Army reserve...

Sharon

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 Sharon is a 2.5 generation Chinese American from the Bay Area. She works in tech and is a boss!⁣...
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Daniel

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Daniel identifies as a queer Asian man. He is a teacher, an artist, a Korean adoptee, and a community organizer...
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Amanda

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Amanda is a second generation Chinese American.  She is a mother, a wife, and works as a product manager at a Fortune 500. Amanda is also a pilot. She flies single-engine aircrafts called Cessnas.⁣⁣ 

Jooyoung

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 Jooyoung is a design researcher, a facilitator, a teacher, and a tea lover.⁣ 

Emily

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Emily is a 21 year old, second generation, Chinese American poet and spoken word artist who is learning how to adult! ⁣⁣⁣⁣
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