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Mental Health Issues Affecting Filipinx College Students

Location: SSC W-201

Clinical Psychologist Dr. Jeannie Celestial will present an overview of mental health issues affecting Filipinx college students based on her clinical work and research.

Some topics that will be addressed include but are not limited to: how to engage and instill a sense of hope, cultural strengths and challenges, acculturation, immigration, internalized oppression, parent-child conflicts, gender roles, family responsibility and piety, work-school-family balance, individuation and other life stages, mental health stigma, boundaries, and academic stress.

She will present clinical case examples, describing interventions used with clients, and welcomes questions and dialogue from attendees.

For more information, contact: polloia@hawaii.edu (808) 932-7464

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