Factors of seeking professional psychological help by the bereaved by suicide - Gelezelyte O, Gailien é D, Latakienė J, Mazulyte-Rasytine E, Skruibis P, Dadašev S, Grigiene D.

BACKGROUND: Studies show that people bereaved by suicide often feel a strong need for professional help. It is hypothesized that aspects related tosuicide bereavement, such as stigmatization, shame or guilt, hinder help-seeking process of the bereaved. How...
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