Meeting Information
Prioritizing Mental Health in a Shifted Workplace
Wednesday February 9, 2022
6:00pm - 7:15pm US/Eastern GMT-5:00
Location: Raleigh FENG VIRTUAL Zoom Meeting.  Park yourself in a comfortable chair or at your desk.  Dress is very casual
Directions/Parking: Park yourself in a comfortable chair or at your desk. This is VIRTUAL. Dress is very casual.

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This meeting and meetings in the foreseeable future will be held 6:00 PM, whether virtual or in-person.  We are hoping to be able to have in-person meetings again early next year.  It all depends on the status of Covid.   


Zoom Instructions will be sent to you the day before the meeting when you register on the FENG website.

Host: Smith Anderson– Special thanks to Armand Perry for hosting our meeting. 


Topic: Prioritizing Mental Health in a Shifted Workplace

Our emotional, social, and psychological sustainability is vital now, more than ever. In times of change, we need to understand how to build stress resilience in preventing burnout for sustainable wellness.  Join global speaker, clinician, and executive coach Jeanie Y. Chang, LMFT, CCTP, CIMHP to learn how to be solution-focused for daily mental health hygiene through applicable skills and techniques.  It's about being proactive, not reactive in times of adversity and transition. 


Speaker: Jeanie Y. Chang, LMFT, CCTP, CIMHP


Jeanie Chang is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Founder of Your Change Provider, PLLC®, an interdisciplinary practice founded on solutions and her unique framework Cultural Confidence®. Jeanie is a bestselling author and an accomplished international speaker for corporations, community organizations, and colleges on topics such as burnout, resilience, mindfulness, stress, and mental health conditions including anxiety, depression, and suicidality. Jeanie is also a McKinsey & Company external faculty and executive coach, corporate wellness and DEI consultant, and clinical expert for college student organizations.


In addition, she is a teacher on Headspace, and provides support groups around the country for DEI and AAPI leaders as well as journalists. Jeanie founded the national Cultural Confidence® program which she created to provide psychoeducation in all sectors from corporate to schools. She has presented her trademarked curriculum for corporations such as Cisco, Eaton, Hallmark, Lenovo, Microsoft, National Football League, Salesforce, SAS Institute, Inc., SC Johnson, and Truist. She has also spearheaded her program for non-profits including the Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA), the Council of Korean Americans (CKA), The Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers (SASE), and the National Association of Asian American Professionals (NAAAP). This year, Jeanie launched her own YouTube Channel called, "Noona's Noonchi" where she does a deep dive into Korean dramas from a mental health perspective. Her first book, A is for

Authentic: Not for Anxieties or for Straight A's, is a #1 international bestseller on Amazon.

Jeanie is a Certified Integrative Mental Health Professional (CIMHP) and a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP) with experience in grief and trauma. In addition, Jeanie holds specialized training in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR). Jeanie followed a calling in mental health after a diverse career path. She started as a broadcast journalist in Washington, DC, then went on to attend business school. Her work in the corporate sector includes business operations, marketing, public relations, and client success management.


Jeanie is an active volunteer in the Asian American community. She serves as President and Board Chair of Asian Mental Health Collective (AMHC) and co-leads the Women's Affinity Group for the Council of Korean Americans. She is also the founder of the Self-Care & Wellness program for NAAAP. Recently, Jeanie founded her own non-profit organization called, Authentic Self-Care & Wellness, Inc. whose mission is to support non-profits and its leaders around the country.


For her own self-care, Jeanie loves watching K-Dramas and kayaking with her husband of 23 years and spending time with her four kids ages 14 - 21.


919-867-1191 | | [email protected]


Please Register by EOD, February 8thto ensure that you receive the Zoom link to enter this meeting.


After registering, all will receive the zoom link 24 hours before the meeting.   If you do not receive it, first check your Spam folder, and then write to [email protected].


Please do not share this on any public forums so we do not have to be concerned about being ‘Zoom bombed’. 


  • 6:00 pm – The meeting officially starts.  We will use about 15 minutes before the speaker to thank our host, make some announcements, welcome new people, and discuss how the Zoom meeting will be handled and how you can participate.
  • 6:15 pm – The speakers will talk for about 45 minutes to an hour saving some time for questions to be submitted via “Chat” or through the email addresses above.
For meeting information, please contact:

Ted Bachman

(919) 606-3477
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