In Young Park

In Young Park

  • Doctoral Students

What I do

In young Park’s experiences of studying and observing the impacts of prejudice and discrimination on culturally minority youth have motivated her to examine social distresses and barriers. While obtaining an MSW, she worked as a research assistant in a government-funded institute and in social welfare centers in Korea. Her main research interests are: 1) finding relationships between immigrant parents’ acculturation factors and children’s mental health and behavioral problems, and 2) improving culturally appropriate interventions for immigrant families.


  • Child Welfare
  • Children and Youth 
  • Mental Health 


child welfare, children and youth, culturally responsive practice, health and wellness, race and ethnicity, racial justice


  • MSW, Seoul National University