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Liberation Now Ep 6: Radical Self-Care and Liberation

Liberation Now Podcast

Release Date: 05/20/2021

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In this episode, Helen Neville speaks with licensed psychologist Dr. Grace Chen about radical self-care. Dr. Chen shares her liberation journey, explains the connection between radical self-care and liberation among People of Color, and discusses the ways she promotes radical self-care in her clinical work.

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In this episode, Helen Neville speaks with licensed psychologist Dr. Grace Chen about radical self-care. Dr. Chen shares her liberation journey, explains the connection between radical self-care and liberation among People of Color, and discusses the ways she promotes radical self-care in her clinical work. Learn more about the importance of slowing down, questioning the messages we have been told, living authentically, finding joy, and honoring relationships with self and others.

About Dr. Grace Chen

Grace A. Chen, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist, coach, consultant, and psychology doctoral student advisor based in Menlo Park, CA. She provides culturally sensitive services to a variety of individuals, including Asians/Asian Americans, other People of Color, immigrants, women, and LGBTQ folks. Her specialty areas include stress management, work-life balance, relationships, identity development, and racial and social justice concerns.

For more information, visit Dr. Chen’s website:

https://drgracechen.com/gracechenphd/

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Episode Credits:  

Music: Amir Maghsoodi and Briana Williams

Podcast Artwork: B. Andi Lee & Amir Maghsoodi 

Episode Editing: Helen Neville 

Episode Transcript:

http://bit.ly/LibNowE6