Examining mental health stigma on Guam: A serial mediation model

Corinth Terlaje Aguon
Yoshito Kawabata

Guam is a small U.S. Territory in the Western Pacific. Research has shown that the Indigenous People of Guam, the Chamorus, have noticeable mental health symptoms. Only a small percent, however, was receiving professional psychological treatment. This study aims to determine if the relationship between public stigma and intent to seek mental health treatment is mediated by self-stigma and attitudes toward seeking mental health treatment.

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October 26, 2023
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