Primary Care in Mental Health

Mental health includes human’s emotions, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps determining how we tend to handle stress related to others and build decisions. Mental health is vital at every stage of human’s life, since childhood to adolescence and through the adulthood. Providing mental health services in primary healthcare involves diagnosing and treating people with mental disorders. Setting up place strategies to forestall mental disorders and ensuring that primary healthcare employees area unit ready to apply key psychosocial and behavioral science skills. The most important challenges taking into mental health services at primary care level include limited mental health specialists, low priority given to mental health, inadequate training and skills of primary care providers, inadequate specialists’ support to primary care providers as well as negative attitude and stigma towards metal health problem

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