The Effects of Oppression and Acculturation on Cultural Mistrust and Mental Health Support Seeking Black Adults
Morrow, Stephanie Jasmine
Accessing mental health services is a long-standing challenge for members of racially marginalized communities. Previous research suggests these concerns exist for Black people in the U.S. regardless of their location (Picco et al., 2016). The current investigation examined the interrelationships between cultural mistrust, oppression, acculturation, and mental health seeking behaviors.