Asian American Voices at UT

  • This group meets weekly for Asian/Asian American identified students to proivde a confidential space and to build community through belongingness, emotional connection, and an encouraging environment where members can share values, interests, resources, joys, and concerns.   
  • The group's content is generally flexible, but common topics of discussion often include navigating family and personal expectations and manuvering through different cultures, academic and career concerns,  socio-political climate, racism/opression based stressors, ethnic identity,  feelings of isolation/disconnection, and relationships. 
  • This is a drop-in style discussion group that does not require students to be clients of CMHC
  • No paperwork or formal referrals are necessary
  • Students who are interested may contact Amy Tao-Foster, directly, who can meet briefly with students who have any questions or concerns about attending the group
  • Light refreshments will be provided. 

The group is being offered in conjunction with The Center for Asian American Studies and the UT Counseling and Mental Health Center. 

Tuesday, May 1 at 5:00pm to 6:30pm

Burdine Hall (BUR), 560
2505 UNIVERSITY AVE , Austin, Texas 78712

Event Type

Campus & Community, Diversity & Social Justice

Target Audience

Students

Cost

Free

Hashtag

#AsianVoicesAtUT

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