Stigma is Social Death

Forty-six people were interviewed to determine their views on the topic of
stigmatizing aspects of mental health programs. Of the forty-six, thirty-four
identified themselves as current or former consumers/survivors. Some of
these individuals were also mental health practitioners or professional
advocates. Ten participants were family members or professionals who did
not identify themselves as consumers/survivors.

Stigma is Social Death

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