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january, 2024

20jan12:30 pm1:30 pmCounselling Assistance: Services & Resources

Event Details

Join us for this highly informative session which will help you understand ways and strategies to enhance happiness together by:

1. Learning about various counseling service types and resources available.

2. Understanding Asian Cultural Nuances: Why may seeking counseling help occur later in Asian communities?

Limited seats are available. Register today!

Speaker Profile:

Grace Kangmeehae Lee – Adult Educator I MEd I CFP

Grace serves as the Vice-President of the Hong Fook Mental Health Association board, an organization established in 1982 to promote a culturally centered approach to mental health for Asians in Toronto.

With over a decade of dedication, she actively promotes mental health awareness by collaborating with professionals in mental health, governments, universities, community leaders, and agencies. In, 2021, she received the “Covid-19 Student Engagement Award” from the University of Toronto.

Additionally, Grace chairs the Education Committee, Toronto Chapter for the (PUAC) Peaceful Unification Advisory Council – chaired by the South Korean President.

A lifelong learner, Grace pursued a Master of Education (Higher Education & Professions) degree at the University of Toronto and completed her B.A. studies in sociology at Western University. Beyond her mental health and education contributions, Grace boasts over 20 years of experience in the finance sector. She enjoys sharing and laughter with others.


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Calgary Korean Women’s Association

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