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Asian Americans are the least likely to receive mental health treatment. 

Jan 10 2023

Asian Americans are the least likely to receive mental health treatment. YPulse’s recent Mental Health survey found that while young Asian people are far more interested in speaking to a mental health professional than their non-Asian peers, they’re less likely to have actually done so than White young people. Experts report that “minority groups seeking therapy” are often dismissed by therapists who are likely to be White, and have trouble bridging cultural differences. FAUNA Mental Health, a non-profit dedicated to providing written resources on mental health support for Asian and BIPOC communities, is dedicated to “bridge the gaps” that exist and providing safe spaces for Asian and BIPOC individuals. According to founder Adora Du, another issue Asians face is the existing stigma around mental wellness in their culture: “there is a big hesitation to express or even identify a mental health condition. Asians and Asian Americans would see it as a very undesirable thing to even be in therapy.” (Benefit News)