Mental health help-seeking in young elite athletes
Mental disorders are more common in early adulthood than at any other life stage. Despite this, young people have low rates of seeking professional help for mental health problems. Evidence shows that young elite athletes have less positive attitudes toward seeking help than non-athletes and thus may be particularly unlikely to seek help. Therefore, it is important to increase the likelihood of professional help-seeking in this group. This thesis reports the findings from five related studies...[Show more]
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