Children/youth mental health conference

6월 4일 토요일에 자라나는 아이들의 정신건강과 관련한 특별한 컨퍼런스가 있다고 합니다. 컨퍼런스에 참가 하시는 분들에게 한식점심, 한국요리강좌와 일대일 카운슬링이 제공된다고 하니 아이들과 함께할 유익한 이벤트가 되겠습니다. 더불어 버지니아 학군과 동부 지역에서 15년 이상의 카운슬링 경험이 있으신  Ms. Sunny Park 께서 강연자로 수고 해주신다고 합니다. 자세한 사항은 아래 행사 관련 자료를 참고해 주세요.

주변의 소중한 분들께 컨퍼런스 많이 알려 주시고 참여를 바랍니다.




All who are interested in Children/ Teens’ Mental Health

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2015 – 2016 Season Final Cultural Event by EHDI Program



Saturday, June 4, 2016 9:00 am – 4:00 pm



At Korean Service Center (2417 Larpenteur Ave. W, Lauderdale, MN 55113)



This Free Event includes all materials and foods



9:00 –  9:45 am    Registration, Continental Breakfast and Social Hour

9:45 – 10:00 am   Greetings & Introduction

10:00 -11:45 am   Presentation I: Speaker, Sunny Park

Breaking through the past, building hope- Understanding with the effect of ACE (adverse childhood experience)

11::45-12:15 pm   Short Cooking Time: Making Gimbab – Korean rice roll

12:15 -1:00 am     Free Korean Lunch includes Jabchae, Bulgogi, etc.

1:00 – 1:30 pm     Recreation

1:30 – 3:00 pm     Presentation II & Q & A: Speaker, Sunny Park

Breaking through the past, building hope- Understanding with the effect of ACE (adverse childhood experience)

3:00 – 3:50 pm     Small group discussion & group presentation

3:50 – 4:00 pm     Closing

4:00 – 5:00 pm     Individual counseling by the speaker if needed

This event is hosted by KAM Center & KSC and supported by EHDI program fund.


Sunny Park Bio:

Sunny Park, MSW, LCSW­C Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Sunny Park, Bi­lingual, bi­cultural, 1.6 Korean American.

She immigrated to Asuncion Paraguay at an age twelve with her family. She has three siblings, one older brother, one younger sister, and one younger brother.

Lived in Paraguay for two and half years and immigrated to United States at an age fourteen. Her father played a key role in her developmental years. She describes her father as an “atypical” Korean man. He has an ability to be in tune with his children in an emotional . Who he is allowed the children to be aware of their emotions, feel and express emotions, and be comfortable with emotions, therefore, comfortable with themselves.

She worked in an Inpatient setting working with acute mental health/relational issues, Alternative High Schools providing individual, group, and family therapies to the students with Emotional Disability diagnosis, and outpatient mental health setting seeing patients ranging from teenager to geriatric with various issues.

Her passion is to be able to function as a bridge. Bridging cultures, generations, languages, spirituality, mental health, and relationships towards greater understanding, compassion, and freedom.

She resides in Fairfax, Virginia with her husband and son. She works at Cedarbrook Clinic. She is a lecturer for Mother School, an international organization focused on Women/Mothers, and volunteers at Washington Christian Counseling Institute conducting workshops for men, women, and teenagers.

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