Asian American Mental Health: A Web Series for Trainees & Other Providers
This web series features interviews with experts, providers, and researchers of Asian American health and mental health in the US and Canada. Its intended audience is for clinicians, particularly trainees. The series was filmed and edited by Enrico Castillo, M.D., a fourth-year resident at Columbia University, and it was supported by the American Psychiatric Association/SAMHSA Minority Fellowship Program and the NY State Psychiatric Institute’s Center of Excellence for Cultural Competence.
Supervision and Mentorship in AAPI Communities
In this webinar held in October of 2018, Drs. Estrellado and Han shared about their experiences in the AAPA Leadership Fellows Program and their connections to two highly respected mentors who have been working in the field of multicultural supervision. Dr. Manese also discussed mentorship as a foundational practice of multicultural supervision and Dr. Masuda discussed intersectionality as it plays out in multicultural supervision. Q&A from the audience were also provided by Drs. Manese and Masuda.
The Web Hub is a web-based resource that directs visitors to Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander-specific research tools, toolkits, technical assistance products, disaggregated research data and general info, community briefs, etc. to support community dissemination work and to inform policy and practice. It includes a searchable, alphabetized list of resources, tools, and info on AAs and NH/PIs curated by the CSAAH team, that we have reviewed and tagged. Also includes archives of older CSAAH project materials and data.