Major Spoiler Warning: This movie is so good, and one of the big spoilers is the focus on this article. PLEASE support and watch this movie out on Netflix! (LINK to trailer) Note from Me: Hi! Thanks for clicking, hope you enjoy this read and look through the rest of my site. As a therapist,… Continue reading Finding ‘Ohana and Remembering My Father
Welcome to the struggle! The joy! The self discovery! As someone who has looked for my own therapist and is a practicing therapist who is friends with therapists, let me share the most common questions and concerns I've received from potential clients and pro tips with a focus on my experience as a non-binary, queer… Continue reading So You’re Looking for a Therapist…
Content Warning: mention of violent death, photos of physical abuse Scroll past this article for the beginner resource guide for abusers. Source: GoFundMe page, hosted by Mary Huang for Sunny's family Image Description: Graduation photo of Sunny Kim, wearing her cap and gown in front of the United States flag and New York state flag.… Continue reading Remembering Sunny Kim and Why We Believe Survivors
Content Warning: Rape, sexual assault, references to abuse This starting guide is for people who have harmed others and those who share space with them (e.g. relatives, friends, co-workers, associates). Accountability is still valid when we treat others with compassion. Healing is an experience that requires commitment from the individual and their community. If you… Continue reading Tough Conversations: Can Abusers Heal?
About the Author: Jamy Drapeza (they/siya/she) is a member of Kappa Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. and a licensed therapist in the state of New York. The following is not a representation of Kappa Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. and are their own thoughts and opinions informed by their personal and professional experience. Jamy has over six… Continue reading Roger Sun, Asian Greek Life, and the Discomfort of Apologizing for Anti-Blackness