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  • Exclusive Webinar with Adora Du - Founder of FAUNA Mental Health Foundation!

    We are thrilled to be days away from a special webinar session with Adora Du, the founder of FAUNA Mental Health Foundation! Adora is an accomplished mental health professional, researcher, and advocate who has dedicated her life to improving the lives of people struggling with mental health issues, especially those from Asian and BIPOC communities.

    During this exclusive webinar, Adora will share her personal and professional journey, providing insights into her work in community mental health, research, and the founding of FAUNA Mental Health Foundation. You'll learn about Adora's unique approach to bridging Western models of therapy with the culture and values of non-Western populations seeking mental health care.

    Most importantly, you'll discover ways to get involved and support FAUNA's mission to provide culturally relevant and inclusive open-access mental health resources for the Asian and BIPOC community. By attending this webinar, you'll become part of a growing movement to improve mental health outcomes and equity in our society.

    Don't miss this incredible opportunity to hear from Adora Du and learn how you can make a difference. 

    Webinar Details:

    Date: Friday, 5/14
    Time: 3 PM ET

    We look forward to seeing you there! 

    Best regards,


  • APM Track Chairs and Co-Chairs Needed!

    Would you be interested in serving as a Track Chair or Co-Chair for this year’s Annual Program Meeting (APM)? The conference theme is "It's Time to Act: Defining and Reckoning With Anti-Racist Social Work Education." Apply here by January 27, 2023, to be an APM Track Chair and Co-Chair. The following tracks have vacancies:

    African Americans and the African Diaspora (Co-Chair)
    Disability Issues (Co-Chair)
    Educational Outcomes Assessment (Co-Chair)
    International Issues (Co-Chair)
    Latina/Latino Issues (Co-Chair)


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