People struggling with mental illness often turn to clergy for help, but seminaries do little to train ministers how to recognize serious psychological distress and when to refer someone to a doctor or mental health professional, according to a new study.
What does SPD stand for?
SPD stands for Serious Psychological Distress
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- Seniors and Persons with Disabilities
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- Ship Project Directive
- Simultaneous Product Development (software)
- Single Programming Document (EU)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Researchers also found that a higher percentage of bisexual adults experienced serious psychological distress in the previous 30 days when compared to their straight counterparts, at 11 percent versus 3.
7 million) who have a serious mental illness, are in serious psychological distress or who have a substance use disorder are eligible for health insurance coverage through the new Medicaid Expansion program in the 25 states that have rejected participation in the initiative.
3 percent have serious psychological distress, ranking Oklahoma among the most mentally unhealthy states in the U.
6 percent) of serious psychological distress and the lowest rate of help-seeking behaviors.
Nearly 11% were determined to have probable serious psychological distress at the time of the interview.
Hispanics also have the state's highest percentage for serious psychological distress, according to the Department of Health's report, Health Behaviors and Conditions of Adult New Mexicans.
Nearly 4 million uninsured people with a serious mental illness (SMI), in serious psychological distress (SPD), or who have a substance use disorder (SUD), are eligible for health insurance coverage through the New Medicaid Expansion Program in 25 States that have refused to participate in the program.