Dr. Cixin Wang joined colleagues in Asian American Psychological Association and American Psychological Association Division 45 to make two videos on "How Asian Americans can respond to COVID-19 discrimination"

Drs. Cixin Wang and Nikita Rodrigues provided a workshop on Suicide Prevention for the Indian Cultural Association:

Parenting During the Pandemic

COVID-19 Webinar: Parenting During the Pandemic:
Dr. Cixin Wang joins other mental health providers to provide another webinar on parenting and youth mental health during COVID-19.
When: Friday, June 19th from 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM
Zoom Meeting: (Meeting ID: 817 8397 5102) 
YouTube 泛亞頻道直播:

Dr. Cixin Wang was invited to speak at the Cabin John Middle School PTA meeting on Tuesday, May 12th on the topic of "Parenting During a Pandemic": If you missed the awesome and insightful presentation featuring Prof. Cixin Wang, click on the link to review the presentation:

Asian American Parenting Workshop: Dr. Wang and students are currently offering parenting workshops to Asian American parents on how to prevent bullying and promote youth mental health at Churchill High School

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Culturally Responsive Parenting Workshops
Dr. Cixin Wang and colleagues lead a 6-session workshop at Walter Johnson High School in Bethesda, MD through December 2018 for parents of Asian American students with the goal of reducing bullying and depression, improving parent-child communication and problem-solving skills, and providing evidence-based strategies for parents. Topics included effective communication, enhancing emotional awareness, use of praise in parenting, bullying prevention, and strategies for communicating with schools. Please contact for more information.
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Culturally Responsive Parenting Workshops for Asian Americans
Dr. Cixin Wang and colleagues are currently leading a 7-session culturally-responsive workshop for Asian American parents at Robert Frost Middle School in Rockville, MD. Topics will include improving communication, solving conflicts, preventing bullying, and home-school communication strategies. For more information, please contact Cixin Wang at

To register, visit

Youth Mental Health First Aid Parent Workshop: Dr. Wang and students are offering Youth Mental Health First Aid for parents at MCPS
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Youth Mental Health First Aid Student Workshop: Dr. Wang and Dr. Jia Liu offered Youth Mental Health First Aid for students at UMD 
MCPS Mental Health Fair

Dr. Cixin Wang was invited to give a presentation about Asian American Youth Mental Health at the MCPS Mental Health Fair: "How To Talk So Your Teens Will Listen: Understanding Mental Health Needs Among Asian American Youth"
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FileMCPS_Wang_English.mp4 (72.87 MB)
Suicide Prevention

Dr. Cixin Wang gives a presentation on Suicide Prevention to parents at Thomas Jefferson High School. Presentation Slides and Audio:               
PDF iconTJ High School.pdf (3.36 MB)
Audio iconaudio_only.m4a (29.92 MB)

Dr. Cixin Wang on the NASP Podcast Discussing Social Justice Perspectives on Bullying Prevention:

Essay Contest Flyer

The Hear Me Out Essay Contest: The Hear Me Out! essay contest was an opportunity for immigrant parents and children of immigrant parents to share their personal stories exploring cultural and generational issues within their families. The 27 winners of the essay contest were honored in a ceremony on April 6, 2018.
Parent-Teen Connect Flyer

Parent-Teen Connect Workshop Series: Dr. Cixin Wang and colleagues led culturally-responsive workshops aimed at parents of teenagers with an emphasis on bridging cultural and generational gaps and building positive family relationships. Topics include improving parent-teen communication, problem-solving and stress management.
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Village Initiative Community Resource Seminar: The Village Initiative is a continued joint effort of the CCACC-Mental Health 360, Chinese American Parent Association and the Asian American Studies Program of the University of Maryland.  The Village Initiative aims at promoting overall wellbeing of our community by providing information, resource referral and other resources for community members in need.

In this event, we will showcase the inspiring growing journey of Ms. Jiang Xinrou, a young lady lost her hearing at the age of 8 months, grew into a graceful professional dancer.  We also invited MCPS professionals, as well as community organizations who provide resource and service for students with special needs to join our panel discussion.

preventing cyberbullying

Dr. Cixin Wang and Jocelyn Yao provided a workshop to more than 120 parents on Bullying Prevention: Do’s and Don’ts for Parents:

Presentation at Prince George County Public School Family Institute on 3/18.

Check out the slides here:
PDF iconPGCPS bulllying prevention talk_Final2021.pdf (1.43 MB)
bullying and ERS

Dr. Wang and lab affiliates facilitate a series of 8-week culturally-responsive, virtual workshops for Chinese American parents on positive parenting and effective ways to address bullying/discrimination during COVID-19 pandemic. 

Check out the slides here:
PDF iconParent-TeenConnect6_Bullying&Discrimination&ERS.pdf (2.62 MB)