Diminishing the self-stigma of mental illness by coming out proud

@article{Corrigan2015DiminishingTS,
  title={Diminishing the self-stigma of mental illness by coming out proud},
  author={Patrick W Corrigan and Jonathon E. Larson and Patrick J. Michaels and Blythe A. Buchholz and Rachel Del Rossi and Malia Javier Fontecchio and David Moura de Castro and Michael Gause and Richard Krzyżanowski and Nicolas R{\"u}sch},
  journal={Psychiatry Research},
  year={2015},
  volume={229},
  pages={148-154}
}
This randomized controlled trial examined the impact of the Coming Out Proud (COP) program on self-stigma, stigma stress, and depression. Research participants who experienced mental health challenges were randomly assigned to a three session COP program (n=51) or a waitlist control (n=75). Outcome measures that assessed the progressively harmful stages of self-stigma, stigma stress appraisals, and depression were administered at pre-test, post-test, and one-month follow-up. People completing… CONTINUE READING
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