LOCAL DIRECT SERVICES SPECIFIC TO ASIAN AMERICAN MENTAL HEALTH
The Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Cross-Cultural Student Emotional Wellness is a consortium of clinicians, educators, and researchers who are passionate about understanding and promoting the emotional health and psychological resilience of students and scholars from diverse cultural backgrounds. The Center was founded by three Boston-based physicians who recognized a tremendous need to support the emotional health of students from non-Western cultures after receiving increasing referrals of Asian Americans in the 15-35 age range for problems like anxiety, depression, and suicidal thoughts. The founders partnered with a diverse group of local and regional stakeholders to tackle these complex challenges and improve the lives of students. For more information, visit www.mghstudentwellness.com.
The Clay Center for Young Healthy Minds at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) is a web-based resource that educates parents and other caregivers about the psychological development and emotional well-being of children, adolescents, and young adults who struggle with behavioral, emotional, and/or learning challenges. The Clay Center utilizes a narrative multimedia approach that delivers high-quality content via multiple formats, including blogs, audio podcasts, online videos, and social media. For more information, visit www.mghclaycenter.org, and follow The Clay Center on Twitter (@MGHClayCenter), and Facebook (massgeneralclaycenter).
The Making of Asian America by Erika Lee
Asian American Achievement Paradox by Jennifer Lee
The Model Minority Stereotype: Demystifying Asian American Success by Nicholas Daniel Hartlep
(Thanks to Dr. Rohit Chandra & Dr. Cindy Liu for sharing these resources)