A systematic review of help-seeking interventions for depression, anxiety and general psychological distress
BACKGROUND: Depression and anxiety are treatable disorders, yet many people do not seek professional help. Interventions designed to improve help-seeking attitudes and increase help-seeking intentions and behaviour have been evaluated in recent times. However, there have been no systematic reviews of the efficacy or effectiveness of these interventions in promoting help-seeking. Therefore, this paper reports a systematic review of published randomised controlled trials targeting...[Show more]
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|Source:||BMC Psychiatry 12.81 (2012): 1-12|
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