NYCAAMH is community sponsor for a free screening of the film, “Looking For Luke


“Looking for Luke” is a short documentary following the parents of Luke Tang, a well-liked, passionate and brilliant Harvard sophomore who took his family and friends by surprise when he died by suicide.  Luke’s parents, Wendell and Christina, have made it their mission to help other parents, particularly Asian parents, identify and understand the signs and signals of depression and other behavioral health disorders that can lead to suicide.


The film screening will be followed by special Q&A with NBA basketball player, Jeremy Lin and a panel discussion with mental health advocates and Asian American community leaders.


Click (HERE) for the film trailer.


Date: September 16th, 2018

Place:  Farkas Auditorium at NYU Medical Center

550 First Avenue

New York , NY  10016


Click (HERE) for the event flyer in pdf.

Click (HERE) for the event flyer in jpg (for your re-posting convenience on Facebook).


For  registration and details, click (HERE)


In advance of the “Looking For Luke” screening, we are looking to gather quotes and stories about mental health from Asian American clinicians.  Please take a few minutes and go to (THIS LINK) to describe what mental health means to you and why you joined the mental health profession.


If you have any question regarding this event, please click (HERE) to send NYCAAMH an email.  Please type “Looking For Luke” in the subject field.

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