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Are Interventions For Reducing Stigma Toward People With Severe Mental Illness Effective?

Article Summary | May 18, 2020

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People with severe mental illnesses—including schizophrenia, psychosis, and bipolar disorder—often experience serious social and economic hardship because of their illness. Managing such illness is task enough. But those with severe mental illness (SMI) also experience higher unemployment and homelessness rates. Additionally, they have to deal with the prejudice and stereotyping that comes along with SMI….

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