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“…A number of barriers to culturally sensitive and appropriate mental health services for racial/ethnic minority and immigrant populations have been well documented in the literature. Both distal and proximal barriers (Casas, Raley, & Vasquez, 2008) have an impact on the effective use of mental health services by immigrant persons: Social-cultural barriers include differences in symptom expression (e.g., somatic symptoms) (Alegría et al, 2008) and conflicting views about the causes of (i.e., attributions) and ways of coping with mental problems (Atkinson, 2004; Koss-Chioino, 2000). Contextual-structural barriers include lack of access to appropriate and culturally sensitive mental health services (Lazear, Pires, Isaacs, Chaulk, & Huang, 2008; Wu, Kviz, & Miller, 2009), lack of knowledge of available and existing mental health services (C.…”
Section: Immigrant Populations In Clinical Contextsmentioning
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“…A number of barriers to culturally sensitive and appropriate mental health services for racial/ethnic minority and immigrant populations have been well documented in the literature. Both distal and proximal barriers (Casas, Raley, & Vasquez, 2008) have an impact on the effective use of mental health services by immigrant persons: Social-cultural barriers include differences in symptom expression (e.g., somatic symptoms) (Alegría et al, 2008) and conflicting views about the causes of (i.e., attributions) and ways of coping with mental problems (Atkinson, 2004; Koss-Chioino, 2000). Contextual-structural barriers include lack of access to appropriate and culturally sensitive mental health services (Lazear, Pires, Isaacs, Chaulk, & Huang, 2008; Wu, Kviz, & Miller, 2009), lack of knowledge of available and existing mental health services (C.…”
Section: Immigrant Populations In Clinical Contextsmentioning
“…Relative to health and social services, with the exception of emergency room visits, evidence shows that Latinos/as in general and immigrants in particular, for a variety of reasons, tend to underutilize such services (Riffe, Turner, & Rojas-Guyler, 2008). This is especially true with respect to the utilization of mental health services (Casas, Raley, & Vasquez, 2008). While underutilization may result in short-term savings, it can have greater financial and human costs over the long term.…”
Section: Economic and Social Perspectivesmentioning