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Parent–adolescent concordance on perceived need for mental health services and its impact on service use

Williams, Crystal D ; Lindsey, Michael ; Joe, Sean

Children and Youth Services Review, 2011, Vol.33(11), pp.2253-2260 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Parent–adolescent concordance on perceived need for mental health services and its impact on service use
  • Autor: Williams, Crystal D ; Lindsey, Michael ; Joe, Sean
  • Assuntos: Parent–Adolescent ; Concordance ; Perceived Need ; African American Adolescents ; Mental Health Services ; Parent–Adolescent ; Concordance ; Perceived Need ; African American Adolescents ; Mental Health Services ; Social Welfare & Social Work
  • É parte de: Children and Youth Services Review, 2011, Vol.33(11), pp.2253-2260
  • Descrição: Mental health service underutilization among African American adolescents is well documented, yet not fully understood. Discordance between adolescents and their parents on perceived need for seeing a counselor for an emotional need or psychiatrist for psychiatric or medical services may help explain low service use among this population. This exploratory, prospective study examined the relationship between parent–adolescent concordance on perceived need for emotional counseling or psychiatric services and mental health service use. The relationships between gender and perceived service need and concordance and adolescent severity of depressive symptoms were also explored. Parent–adolescent dyads (n = 108) receiving community-based adolescent outpatient mental health services responded to interview questions concerning their perception of whether an emotional counselor and a psychiatrist were needed in the past six months. Findings revealed low parent–adolescent concordance...
  • Idioma: Inglês

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