OMBI in the News Interview with Dr. Shin Shin Tang

March 2022

“Dr. Shin Shin Tang is a licensed psychologist in Eugene who works with the Oregon Mind Body Institute and whose private practice is a welcome space for people of color.

‘I’ve had clients who have had bad experiences talking to White therapists about racism, where it gets dismissed or not…‘”

How people can respond to COVID disparities: Mindfulness

The Chronicle • June 2021

“A recent survey conducted by the Eugene City Council investigated the impact of the pandemic on our community’s mental health. Just less than half (45%) of the more than 600 local residents polled reported emotional distress directly related to the COVID-19 pandemic.”

The Friday Show with Rachel McDonald Interviews Shin Shin Tang

KLCC • Feb 2021

“On this week’s show we talk with clinical psychologist Dr. Shin Shin Tang with Oregon Mind Body Institute about mental health care and we put listener questions on the vaccine and Covid-19 to Dr. Patrick Luedtke with Lane County Public Health.”

Mindfulness mental health curriculum for Cottage Grove 6th graders to expand

OPB • Sept 2020

“More Eugene mental health professionals are embracing an approach that recognizes the visceral connections between the mind and body.”

Beyond talk therapy: Mindfulness-based mental health growing in Eugene

The Register-Guard • Mar 2020

“For the last three years, students at Lincoln Middle School at Cottage Grove have been learning about mental health in addition to physical health. It’s a mindfulness-based…”

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