Asian and AAPI Students
Student Health on Haven Resources
- Support Sessions: These single-session meetings provide space for reflection, grounding, and support. They may be used to process reactions to current events, to discuss a specific issue, and/or just to see what it feels like to connect with a clinician if you're not sure about starting therapy.
- Well-being Strategy Sessions: These solution-based sessions provide an opportunity to approach to address your personal, academic, and professional concerns.
- Asian Identified Student Support Group: This virtual gathering space supports reflection for Asian identified students of all genders who may have experienced bias or discrimination personally and/or professionally.
Other Columbia Resources
- Office of Diversity, Culture, and Inclusion (Mailman School of Public Health)
- Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs (Vagelos College of Physicians & Surgeons)
- Office of Access, Equity, and Inclusion (College of Dental Medicine)
- Office Diversity and Cultural Affairs (School of Nursing)
- Office of University Life Inclusion and Belonging
Coping & Self-Advocacy
- Asian American Health Initiative
- Asian American Psychological Association
- Proactively Coping with Racism
- AAPI Bystander Intervention Training
- Asian Americans Advancing Justice
Talking About Race
- Filling Our Cups: Four Ways People of Color can Foster Mental Health and Practice Restorative Healing
- Grief is a Direct Impact of Racism
- Discrimination: What It Is and How to Cope
Referral and Educational Resources
- National AAPI Mental Health Association
- Asian Mental Health Collective
- South Asian Therapists
- Asians Do Therapy
- Queer and Trans Therapists of Color
- The Steve Fund
Document and report perceived bias and discrimination through your individual school’s reporting system and/or use.
- Columbia University’s Non-Discrimination Statement
- Employee Policies and Procedures on Discrimination, Harassment, Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, and Stalking