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Within elite sport, very little is known about the mental health symptoms and disorders of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and queer (LGBTQ+) identifying athletes, their experiences with accessing treatment, or their journeys through recovery. Individuals who identify as LGBTQ + are more likely to experience mental health symptoms and disorders, and nonaccidental violence, compared with others. Mental health researchers and providers who work with LGBTQ + identifying elite athletes are in positions to improve knowledge and pathways to mental health services, address and minimize barriers to mental health services, and enhance mental health service delivery.

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