Dr. Britt and his team (including Dr. Pury, Dr. Zinzow, and Dr. Raymond) have examined the factors that determine whether military personnel seek needed mental health treatment under a grant provided by the Department of Defense. The goals of the three-year project are to comprehensively assess the determinants of treatment seeking, and to design and test an intervention that will improve soldier attitudes toward seeking needed treatment.
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