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AAPI Healing - Family Style

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Purpose of AAPI Healing 

AAPI Healing - Family Style is a drop-in peer-to-peer healing circle for folks who are of Asian descent including, but not limited to Asians, Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders, multi-racial/ethnic, and Desi Americans.

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How Does AAPI Healing Work? 

This space is for community members to connect with their peers, share their experiences, as well as build collective support from others going through similar circumstances related to the AAPI experience. Topics will be determined as a collective during the first session and topics can range from anything relevant to the community such as cultural stressors, wellness, intersectional identities, family and relationships, systems of oppression (e.g., racism, model minority myth), stress management, and more. 

  • AAPI Healing starts on Wednesday, May 4th and will run weekly each Wednesday from 7-8 PM EST on Zoom

  • Each meeting has a peer facilitator, who helps guide meetings and foster a safe space for mutual sharing and connection 

  • Meetings are one hour long ​

  • Try your first AAPI Healing session for free today! 

Join AAPI Healing-Family Style

First Session Free

$50/Month

  • Attend  weekly guided peer support sessions

  • Connect with other AAPI community members in a non-judgmental space to unlearn, relearn, and unpack feelings of your lived experiences

  • We offer affordable pricing compared to individual therapy 

  • No credit card needed to sign up

Your Peers Unmuted membership includes a FREE therapist match through Unmute! 

Apply for financial assistance here

Meet Your Facilitator

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Jennifer Tarm, AAPI Healing  Facilitator (She/They)

Hi There! I'm Jennifer (she/they), I am a: 

  • Second-generation Asian American (Chinese-Vietnamese diaspora)

  • Cisgender female

  • First-generation graduate/professional

  • And the eldest daughter of immigrant parents

​I'm an associate marriage and family therapist and a psychologist-in-training pursuing a doctorate (PsyD) in counseling psychology. The healing philosophies that I hold are informed by having a systemic perspective, liberation psychology, and a relational-cultural lens. I enjoy surrounding my work around addressing BIPOC mental health, identity development, sense of belonging, power-based violence, teasing out the nitty gritties of cultural nuance, and empowering individuals’ “main character” energy. 

 

My personal mental health journey is centered around my experiences of navigating the “in-between” of being an Asian American through the work of exploring belongingness in two contrasting cultures and figuring out how to come home to my own personal belongingness of self. I believe that mental health is nurtured through and is a reflection of collective healing therefore, my healing approaches aim to promote community-oriented care. 

 

Some fun facts about me are 1) I am a tea enthusiast (matcha and jasmine tea are my favorites, but Genmai has been pretty trendy for me lately), 2) I am a proud lefty (left-handed), and 3) I love watching K-dramas and anime.

 

Thank you for allowing me to be a part of your healing journey and together, let us create more peace, integration, and rest. I am humbled and look forward to being in community with you soon. 

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Disclaimer

This is not a clinical support group, but rather a peer-led community wellness space. This group is not meant to diagnose or treat any mental illness or emotional/behavioral disorder. 

 

Sessions are hosted via Zoom and will not be recorded. Members are expected to maintain the privacy of group members and contribute to the overall safety and community of the group.

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