Between stigma, misrepresentation, underrepresentation, and issues with access, the idea of signing up to see a mental health professional can be incredibly difficult and daunting. This is further impacted when you look at structural racism and how it shows up in the mental health space. Not just as part of an individual’s therapy session but as part of the mental health system. As we see the public health world begin to incorporate the social determinants of health in the medical space: what would it mean to fully recognize an individual’s oppression as part of their mental health journey?
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