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When Words Hurt: How Cultural Stigma Constructs Systemic Barriers to Behavioral Healthcare Access
Living with a mental illness is a lonely battle. The mentally ill have long struggled with stigma, with society ignoring or undermining their conditions. Despite the heavy disease burden and widespread prevalence of mental ...
Mind Over Matter: Application Of The Social-Ecological Model In Understanding Help-Seeking Behavior For Treatment Of Depression And Anxiety In Asian Americans
This thesis aims to examine factors that affect help-seeking behavior for the treatment of anxiety and depression among Asian Americans, using the social-ecological model as a framework of analysis. Although Asian Americans ...
Co(O)Ping: Mental Health In Cooperative Living Communities
The import role of human interaction and social support on well-being and mental health has been researched extensively. There are numerous recorded health benefits to social support and social networks as well as negative ...
“It'S All Inyour Head”: Black And Latinx Students' Mental Health Experiencesfrom The Perspective Of Their Counselors And Teachers
The purpose of this study was to analyze how counselors and teachers manage and perceive the mental health of black and Latinx students in a small urban school. The literature on American black and Latinx students’ mental ...