Asian American Mental Health Professionals Quotes & Stories about Mental Health | Looking for Luke x Jeremy Lin Event
On September 16th, 2018, the Chinese-American Family Alliance for Mental Health (CAFAMH) and the NY Coalition for Asian American Mental Health will be co-hosting a film screening and panel discussion about mental health within the Asian American community. The documentary film, "Looking for Luke," explores a Harvard sophomore's suicide and his family's journey to understand his death.

In advance of this event, we are looking to gather quotes and stories about mental health from Asian Americans clinicians like you. In the following questionnaire, please describe what mental health means to you, and why you joined the mental health profession.

These narratives will be shared through online and social media to raise awareness about mental health in our community and to de-stigmatize help-seeking for mental illness.

Please provide only the identifying information that you are comfortable with sharing. In order to publish quotes, please note that we will need some basic (non-identifying) demographic information to attach to your quote.

Thank you for your time and input!

What is mental health?
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Why is mental health important?
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How does being an Asian American impact a person's mental health?
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What is something about mental health in the Asian American community that you wish more people understood?
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Why did you choose to work in this field? Was there a personal experience that motivated you?
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OPTIONAL: My name is (full name, first name only, or initials):Your answer
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OPTIONAL: My ethnic identity is (e.g. Chinese American, Indian American, Vietnamese...):
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