May 19, 2021 @ 5:30 pm – 6:45 pm
online workshop

Pro Bono Counseling Project

2021 Professional Continuing Education Online Webinar

On Yellow Peril in the COVID-19 Era: Recovering Neglected Histories and Fostering Solidarity

Wednesday, May 19 2021, from 5:30 – 6:45 PM

Online Workshop – One (1) CE Credit

Fee: $10/person

FREE for Active PBCP Volunteer Clinicians

Featured Presenter: Natalie Hung, PhD

Course Description: Learn about the history and dynamics of AAPI racialization in light of the recent surge of anti-Asian violence and ways to stand in solidarity with AAPI communities. Topics will include: the relationship between Yellow Peril and model minority discourse, the invisibilization of Asian American pain, microaggressions, intervention and protection, and the necessity for collective grief and breaking silences.

Learning Objectives:

At the end of this presentation, the participant will:

  • Identify three major historical events that shape Asian American racialization.
  • Describe two ways that Yellow Peril and model minority discourse interact to uphold White supremacy.
  • Explain three micro aggressive themes that are relevant to the AAPI community.
  • Apply five different strategies for intervention when witnessing anti-Asian racism.
  • List two paths toward long-term healing from racial trauma.

Presenter Bio:

Natalie Hung, PhD (she/hers) is a second-generation Taiwanese American early career psychologist. She received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from City University of New York and her B.A. in Film Studies from Yale University. She has worked in a variety of settings, including the Trauma Disorders Program at Sheppard Pratt, the VA Connecticut Healthcare System, the Johns Hopkins University Counseling Center, and The Addiction Institute of New York.

Dr. Hung currently has a private practice in Baltimore, Maryland. Her clinical interests include trauma and dissociation, shame and belonging, Asian American racial identity, early motherhood, and grief. She has written and presented on various topics, including Asian American racialization, white allyship, shame in American culture, and suicide bereavement in children.

Workshop registrants will receive a code prior to the webinar to log on to Zoom and participate in the online session.

IMPORTANT: Attendance will be monitored. Participants must be logged on to the meeting by the workshop start time and participate in the entire event in order to earn CE credit.

The Pro Bono Counseling Project is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Pro Bono Counseling Project maintains responsibility for this program and its content. The Maryland Boards of Social Work Examiners and Professional Counselors and Therapists certify that this program meets the criteria for one (1) credit hour of continuing education for social workers (Category 1), professional counselors, and therapists (Category A) licensed in Maryland.

CE credit is granted to participants with documented attendance at individual workshops and completed evaluation forms for those sessions. Attendance is monitored. Credit will not be granted to registrants who log on late or depart early from a session. It is the responsibility of registrants to comply with these requirements.