Millennials need mental-health care, but struggle to access it. Advocates hope to change that.

Therapy wasn’t how issues were solved when Correll was growing up, she said. She recalls her family’s matriarchs leaning on each other, not therapy, as refuge. Talk of therapy was coupled with fear and stereotypes of what the services implied. Now 27 and a health-care strategist focusing on patient experiences, she’s working to normalize accessible, …

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