This organization offers ten counseling sessions at a reduced cost and free sessions are available to people who cannot afford the fee. Services are available from 10 am – 6 pm Monday through Friday. Counselors specialize in LGBTQ2SAI+ and gender-diverse related issues. This resource is great for people who are in need of therapy with diverse counselors.
This directory is “the largest South Asian mental health therapist community in the world.” It operates internationally, with a focus on the US, Canada, and the UK. Users can filter by location, session type, and language. Profiles display therapists’ language(s), types of clients, session types, biographies, and contact information.
The AMHC’s mission is to normalize and de-stigmatize mental health within the Asian community. They offer a US and Canadian therapist directory. Users can filter by issue, age group, finance information, modalities, and more. There are also therapist profiles and a resource and organization directory that provide additional resources for mental health.
This is a true story about life in a Saigon orphanage, a rescue flight from Vietnam to Canada, and international adoption. It tells the story of the last Canadian airlift operation that left Saigon during the Vietnam War. Using personal interviews and archive photos, an adoptee’s journey with adoption becomes an emotional and suspenseful read.
This program is designed to provide prospective adoptive parents with strong foundational knowledge for caring for their adopted child. It’s a 15-week, asynchronous course covering the legal, social, and emotional aspects of adoption. It fulfills the legal requirements for adoption education in British Columbia.