How people get into mental health services: stories of choice, coercion and "muddling through" from "first-timers".

Abstract

Previous work examining how individuals enter mental health treatment comes either from the health services utilization tradition, which implicitly assumes that clients make decisions to seek care, or from the socio-legal perspective, which examines how clients are forced into care. This paper draws from the Network-Episode Model to systematically consider… (More)

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