Inner-city adolescents receiving mental health services often get inadequate medical care. However, when those who seek counseling are asked about their health concerns, they say they want to discuss themwith their therapists. Based on responses to a clinical self-assessment questionnaire (Adquest), adolescent mental health clients reported sleep difficulties, weight and eating concerns, and frequent headaches and stomachaches. Age and gender differences in patterns of vulnerability and willingness to talk were explored.
|Title of host publication||Clinical and Research Uses of an Adolescent Mental Health Intake Questionnaire|
|Subtitle of host publication||What Kids Need to Talk About|
|Publisher||Taylor and Francis Inc.|
|Number of pages||13|
|ISBN (Print)||0789026732, 9780789026736|
|State||Published - 23 Apr 2014|
- Health issues