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Logan Price, AuD (Health Professions ’13, 09)
School of Health Professions Alumni Texas Tech Health Sciences Center
Mental Health CheckUpTTUHSC's leads collaborative efforts for greater access to mental health care
Mental health disorders, also called mental illness, are a wide range of conditions that affect mood, thinking and behavior. Nearly, one in five adults live with a mental illness, which means millions are affected each year.
Even still, mental health is often misunderstood, according to Sarah Wakefield, M.D., chair of the Texas tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry.
“When people say mental illness, they often think of it as something easily controlled or changed, like an emotional reaction to a bad day,” Wakefield said. “This is not the case. Mental illness is another inflammatory or hormone-mediated condition like diabetes. It’s a health condition. We need to respond to it as such.” LEARN MORE