Mental health has become a global priority, and with good reason. Nearly 11% percent of all adults worldwide have a mental illness. The pandemic, economic turmoil, social and political unrest–these are not just American problems; they have a global impact on mental health.
This is a clarion call that merits attention from scientific, medical, and political leaders around the world. But according to Psychology Today, many are increasingly identifying adequate mental health care not simply as a health priority, but as a basic human right.
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