After Atlanta-Area Attacks, Asian Communities Reckon With Mental Health Crises

Yoon's practice will soon have 12 therapists on staff and currently offers therapy services in Cantonese, Mandarin, Korean, Spanish and Vietnamese. But Yoon often thinks about the people they've had to turn away. While the practice tries to make referrals to therapists living closer to people making out-of-state inquiries, Yoon says they often have full client lists too.

Recently Yoon and her business partner went to Big Bear with their families to decompress and enjoy the snow. But they still found themselves responding to emails and tinkering with how they'll run the upcoming support groups.

"We just can't take time off right now," Yoon said. "I feel like we need to be there." ___ Distributed by Tribune Content Agency, LLC.

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