Parents' perceptions about offspring's mental health care
The two most often identified mental health issues in adolescents are anxiety and mood disorders, including depression. The level of undetected mental health disorders in this population remains extraordinarily high. Parents comprise a key factor in adolescents’ accessing mental health care. The overall purpose of this research is to generate new insights about parents’ beliefs and attitudes toward mental health care for their adolescents with anxiety, depression or both. The specific aims of this study are 1) to identify parents’ beliefs and attitudes about mental health care for their adolescents ...
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