Love the Lord with All Your Mind (1): Seeking Well-being in Asian American CommunitiesCourse5.0 average rating (1 review)
Together we'll explore mental well-being for Asian Americans, focusing in this first of three sessions on understanding the current reality in our churches and communities. Register for all three in a "bundle" and save!
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Love the Lord with All Your Mind (2): Supporting Asian American Youth and Young AdultsCourse
How can we support the mental well-being of Asian American youth and young adults? This second of three sessions will explore the unique challenges of adolescence for Asian American youth. Register for all three in a bundle and save!
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Love the Lord with All Your Mind (3): Serving as Trauma-Informed Leaders in Asian American CommunitiesCourse
What does it mean to serve in a "trauma-informed" way? How can Asian American leaders and communities benefit from this approach? Join us for the final session of this three-part series, or register for all three and save!
Dr. Jessica ChenFeng is an Associate Professor of Marriage and Family Therapy at Fuller Theological Seminary and Director of Asian American Wellness Initiative at Fuller's Center for Asian Theology and Ministry. Dr. ChenFeng joined Fuller's faculty in 2022; she brings years of MFT teaching, research, and supervision experience, as well as clinical and consulting experience across ministry, community, and medical contexts.
Rev. Jason Ashimoto is senior pastor of Evergreen Baptist Church of Los Angeles, a 99-year -old Asian American and historically Japanese American) congregation in the San Gabriel Valley in Los Angeles. He first came to Evergreen as a high school stuydent almost 3 decades ago and has since held a wide variety of positions including youth pastor, worship arts pastor, and faith development pastor. Jason enjoys integrating his love for design, art and imagination with faith. He met his wife Fara, a Korean-Texan when she moved to LA to study at Fuller Seminary, where she currently works in the advising department. Jason and Fara have twin daughters – Annabelle and Penelope – and love eating, traveling, and going to Disneyland as a family.
Grace Yoshimoto is a school counselor of Japanese-American descent. She holds Master’s degrees in Special Education through USC and in Counseling through CSULA. She recently retired after 34 years as a high school counselor in the Monrovia Unified School District. She is currently doing private consultation in suicide prevention, family mediation, grief and loss, LGBTQ issues, and college and career transitions. She is also active in networking AAPI faith-based communities in the area of immigrant advocacy and elder care. She is currently coordinating the Mental Health Awareness Team (MHAT) of Evergreen Baptist Church LA.