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Self-Disclosure and Its Impact on Individuals Who Receive Mental Health Services

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This resource examines the role self-disclosure plays in reducing negative public perceptions associated with mental illness. It looks at factors from literature and key informant interviews that promote or hinder self-disclosure, and offers recommendations.

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SMA08-4337
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September 2008
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