Mental health literacy strategy for adolescence

Padmi Dhyah Yulianti


Mental health problems of teenagers will bring burden for the individuals, families, and environments. To prevent it worsening, there is a need of mental health literacy. This literacy has been promoted in advance countries. This research aims to find out realizations of mental health literacy strategies done for teenagers. This literature review used PRISMA approach. To obtain the analyzed articles, there was a need of search engine assistance from Cochrance library, Medpub, ERIC, and Science Direct. From the gathered 82 articles, the researcher included and excluded the articles into literature review. The researcher extracted from individual study to get the important findings, then, there were only 11 literature reviews. The researcher concluded that there were different literacy strategy implementations of mental health both in developing and advance countries. There were various mental health literacy strategies for teenagers, covering national, community, school–based scale strategies,
and self–empowerment strategies. 



International Journal of Public Health Science (IJPHS)
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