Mental health stigma is a process mental health stigma is a dynamic process by which a service member perceives or internalizes a brand or marked identity about himself or herself or people with mental health disorders this process happens through an interaction between a service member and the key contexts in which he or she operates public institutional social and individual. Ders the research team hypothesized that mental health stigma may be a barrier to mental health treatment seeking among military service members without appropri ate treatment these mental health symptoms or disorders can have wide ranging and negative impacts on the quality of life and the social emotional and cognitive func. The present review addresses the perceived stigma associated with admitting a mental health problem and seeking help for that problem in the military evidence regarding the public stigma associated with mental disorders is reviewed indicating that the public generally holds negative stereotypes toward individuals with psychological problems leading to potential discrimination toward these . Why stigma in the military is a concern get mental health help nearly 60 of military service members suffering from mental health problems dont seek help 1 the stigma against seeking help can pose a significant barrier for veterans suffering with these issues
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