Let's Talk About Mental Illness

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The phrase “Let’s Talk about Mental Illness” was originally used by people with mental illness and allies in healthcare and advocacy. It was used to address social stigma and affirm the value of inviting respectful conversations about mental illness in an effort to create better mental health outcomes.


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DiFranco, Laura (2018). Let’s Talk about Mental Illness. Accessed February 2, 2023 via https://lauradifranco.medium.com/lets-talk-about-mental-illness-as-easil...

NAMI Wisconsin (2021) Let’s Talk About Mental Illness – Kids Mental Health Video. Accessed February 2, 2023 via https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vnuS_OuDk2o

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