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APIDA: Tools to Self Care
March 30 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Self-care is not just for emergencies but rather something you should strategize and incorporate into your daily life.
Join APIDA grads to learn more about self-care and how to be intentional about creating this balance in your walk as a busy graduate student.
Facilitated by CAPS Multicultural Health Program: Susan Chung
When: March 30 from 12PM to 1PM
Where: The Graduate Student Center
Susan Chung is a licensed clinical social worker at CAPS and is part of the Multicultural Health Program (MCHP). Ms. Chung is originally from Taiwan and moved to California when she was 12. Ms. Chung obtained her Bachelor of Arts (B.A) in Psychology from the University of California, Irvine in 2006, continuing her education and receiving a master’s degree in Public Health – Health Education and Promotion from the University of Southern California in 2009. After working as an outreach coordinator to raise mental health awareness in the Asian community in Oakland, CA for two years, she decided to pursue her master’s degree in Social Work from New York University in 2014 to become a clinician who can provide direct counseling services to people in need. Since her graduation in 2014, Ms. Chung has created two career paths for herself. One path is to work closely with survivors of violent crime, such as human trafficking, sexual assault and domestic violence as an advocate and counselor. Another path is to focus on adolescents and young adults at various outpatient settings in providing psychotherapy. After a long soul-searching journey, Ms. Chung has decided to dedicate herself full time as a student counselor at UNC Chapel Hill.