Episode #279: AAPI Advocacy in the Therapist Community with Lindsay Bryan-Podvin

Just because there's been less media coverage on AAPI violence & discrimination doesn't mean it's not still a huge problem, folx. In today's episode, therapist & consultant Lindsay Bryan-Podvin shares her insight as a mixed-Asian woman & discusses her experience speaking out, being vulnerable, & struggling with being “Asian enough” to advocate. Resources shared: Minor Feelings: An Asian American Reckoning by Cathy Park Hong / Long Distance Radio podcast / IG accounts @asianmentalhealthcollective @dearasianyouth @kevinnadal


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About Lindsay Bryan-Podvin:

I'm Lindsay Bryan-Podvin (she/her). I'm a biracial (Filipina-white) female social worker-turned-financial therapist, author, and speaker. As the first financial therapist in Michigan, I talk about money in a way that doesn’t make you feel gross. I hold a Master's degree in Social Work from the University of Michigan, and a bachelor's degree in Sociology from Michigan State University. I’m the author of the book, The Financial Anxiety Solution, which is a self-paced workbook to help you stop stressing about money by applying therapy techniques to your relationship with money.

My work has been featured in Millie, Allure, Fast Company, HuffPost, Time, and more! Need some more proof that I know my stuff? Check out these podcasts, blogs, and articles I’ve contributed to.



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