Posted on December 16, 2014 by Webtypo
This December 16, 2014 article out of Phoenix, and found on the InsuranceNews.net website talks about the changes being seen in barrier that prevent people from getting therapy. Some barriers have decreased, while others have increased according to the article.
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Filed under: Advocacy and Awareness, Anti-stigma, Arizona, Awareness, Mental Health, Mental Illness, Misc., Research, Therapy, Treatment and Support, Whole health | Tagged: barriers to mental health care, barriers to mental health treatment, barriers to treatment, mental disorder, Mental Health, mental health barriers, mental health care, mental health treatment, Mental Illness, treating people with mental illnesses, treating the mentally ill, treatment | Comments Off on “More Than One-Third of Americans Who Seek Mental Health Counseling Face Barriers, Finds University of Phoenix Survey”
Posted on May 28, 2014 by Webtypo
This May 26, 2014 article on the AZ Central website talks about an effort being made in Arizona to integrate the treatment of mental and physical health in Arizona making them one of the leaders in this field.
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Filed under: Arizona, Mental Health, Other, Other States, Physical Health, Treatment and Support, Whole health | Tagged: Arizona, Health, integrated healthcare, integration of mental and physical health, itnegrated treatment, mental and physical health, mental and physical health care, mental disorder, Mental Health, Mental Illness, physical disorder, physical health, physical illness | Comments Off on “Arizona leading way on integrated mental health care”