Today, many ethnic minorities are still receiving inadequate and low-quality mental health care, but integrating behavioral health services into culturally competent primary care practices can address these health disparities, according to Psychological Services. In this special issue published by the American Psychological Association, psychologists, physicians, and health care experts authored articles surrounding the mental health care disparities present amongst the ethnic minority population in comparison to whites, and the role of integrated care in targeting these inequities. Such articles included in the special issue are:
- Toward Culturally Centered Integrative Care for Addressing Mental Health Disparities Among Ethnic Minorities (PDF - 253.69 KB)
- Uptake of Depression Treatment Recommendations Among Latino Primary Care Patients (PDF - 138.63 KB)
Learn more about this special issue.