Salon | Social Event
Sat, Aug 18, 2018
12:00 - 3:00 pm
Participant Limit: 



NCSPP Community Potluck

Course Overview: 

Join NCSPP for an intimate potluck gathering in a private home. Guests are asked to bring a dish that has personal significance to share with others, and reflect on the ways that food connects us to a sense of home and belonging. In light of the recent statement from the APA that condemned the separation of children from their parents at the U.S./Mexico border as inhumane and harmful, this event aims to bring attention to the psychological impact of immigration on children and families. As part of our exploration, Dr. Meiyang Kadaba will share her thoughts and findings from her dissertation work about the experiences of “Transnational Left Behind Children” (TLBC), a term that refers to children who were “left behind” by their parents in China, and later immigrated to the U.S. to join their parents several years later.

We will have time for a presentation, question and answer period, share food, and a chance to engage with one another about a very relevant and timely topic.

Contact Information: 

Nicole Hsiang,

Community Events Committee

The Community Events Committee works to create gatherings throughout the year where NCSPP members can meet and get to know one another. From social and networking events to the Annual Holiday Party, the focus is on engendering relationships and helping our membership to stay connected.

Nicole Hsiang, MFT, Chair
Delia Asquel Arias, MA
Lillian Hanson, MFT
Sohi Lachini, Psy.D.
Luba Palter, LMFT
Brooke Pomerantz, LCSW