UW-Green Bay lecturer Sheng Lee Yang (Social Work) was recently profiled in the Appleton Post Crescent. Her story is about her non-profit to improve care for diverse people needing mental health care. Here is an exerpt: “When Soua Lee’s son was 15, his school identified him as at risk for thoughts of suicide. She remembered not knowing how to react — but she didn’t know what questions to ask, what terms to use or how to comfort him. ‘In the Hmong community, they don’t see (depression and suicide) as an illness,'” Soua said. “‘It’s not diagnosed.'” Read the full story, here.
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9 Jan, 2020