February 16, 2022

Suddenly You’re a Minority: Immigration and Social Anxiety

Social anxiety is usually understood as an internal malady for which individuals seek treatment, yet local psychologist Ke Fang’s clinical experience and research on Chinese immigrants to the U.S. show the role racism plays and the difference social context makes. Dr. Fang talks with HMM producer Cathy Silber about the disorientations and rewards of immigration and the mindsets most helpful to easing such a major transition. Edited by Jody Cowan.

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