Communications & Mental Health at Work

Who is this event for?

For people who wants use effective communications when supporting mental health in the workplace.

For those who want to set healthy boundaries at work.

For anyone looking to build a culture of psychological safety.

We'll be talking about it all!

If you're interested, this event is for you.

Where is the event?

It'll be hosted on LinkedIn. We will email you the link once you save your spot.


Jenny Tzu-Mei Wang, Ph.D | Licensed Clinical Psychologist, National Speaker and Author

Dr. Jenny T. Wang is a Taiwanese American clinical psychologist, speaker and author on the intersections of Asian American identity, mental health, and intergenerational trauma. She received her doctorate from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and completed her postdoctoral training at the Duke University Medical Center.

Her professional mission is to destigmatize mental health within the Asian community and empower Asian Americans to prioritize their mental well-being. She spearheaded several mental health directories, including the Asians for Mental Health therapist directory, to connect individuals with culturally reverent mental health care.

She founded the Instagram community Asians for Mental Health (@asiansformentalhealth), where she explores the unique ways in which Asian American identity impacts our mental health. Her best-selling book, Permission to Come Home: Reclaiming Mental Health as Asian Americans was published by Grand Central Balance in May 2022.

Dr. Wang serves as an advisor on the mental health advocacy board of Wondermind, a mental health media company co-founded by Selena Gomez, Mandy Teefey, and Daniella Pierson. She is also an advisory member of the Mental Health Coalition created by Kenneth Cole. Dr. Wang has been seen on Good Morning America, NYTimes, Today Show, NBC, NPR, and more. Moscow.