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Mental Health Literacy and Confidence in a Sample of Student Athletic Therapists

Philip Sullivan and Laura Tennant

) and increased knowledge and mental health referral efficacy ( Breslin, Shannon, Haughey, Donnelly, Leavey, 2017 ). Mental health referral efficacy is an interesting empirical outcome and a relevant concept to the student therapist population. Sebbens et al. ( 2016 ) investigated the effect of a MHL

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A Program and Session Evaluation of Student-Athletes’ Experiences Participating in a Mental Illness Destigmatization Intervention

Graig M. Chow, Nicole T. Gabana, Charles Cox, Brandon T. Cooper, and Matthew D. Bird

interventions have been successful. MHL programs for athletes have shown reduced stigma ( Bu et al., 2020 ), empathy-based multimedia videos are linked to enhanced referral efficacy (e.g.,  Van Raalte et al., 2015 ), and parasocial contact (i.e., engaging in a one-sided relationship through media) to more

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“This Isn’t a Sports Story … This Is a Life Story”: Elite Athletes and Myths About Mental Illness in Sport

Scott Parrott

promotion.” Such a culture change may occur through interventions targeting athletes, coaches, parents, and others invested in sport. Such interventions are becoming more prevalent ( Breslin et al., 2022 ), and they demonstrate promise in boosting participants’ health-referral efficacy and knowledge of