TOPIC: Help Seeking
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- Examining mental health literacy, help seeking behaviours, and mental health outcomes in UK university students.
- Help-seeking experiences and attitudes among African American, Asian American, and European American college students.
- How are perceived stigma, self-stigma, and self-reliance related to treatment-seeking? A three-path model.
- How the relationship of attitudes toward mental health treatment and service use differs by age, gender, ethnicity/race and education.
- Immigrant mental health, a public health issue: Looking back and moving forward.
- Mental health and help-seeking among ethnic minority students
- Mental health literacy, stigma, and help-seeking behaviors among male college students.
- Perceived barriers and facilitators to mental health help-seeking in young people: A systematic review.
- Self-reported barriers to professional help seeking among college students at elevated risk for suicide.
- Students' help-seeking behaviours by gender, racial background, and student status.
- We pride ourselves on being strong… and able to bear a lot": examining the socio-cultural and historical context of Black Americans' experiences with depression and help-seeking.
- When self-reliance is not safe: Associations between reduced help-seeking and subsequent mental health symptoms in suicidal adolescents.
- Young people's help-seeking for mental health problems
- Youth perceptions of suicide and help-seeking: ‘They'd think I was weak or “mental”’
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