Farmers experience significant distress as they are navigating an everchanging world that requires increased resiliency. Yet, they are less likely to participate in help-seeking behaviours and are at an
increased risk to complete suicide (Sturgeon & Morrisette, 2010). The National Farmer Mental Health Alliance introduces the work of agriculture, the barriers for farmers and their families to accessing mental healthcare, and how to work toward building a therapeutic relationship.

**Designed for those in the healthcare field or agriculture industry who provide direct support to farmers.

In addition to helping farmers connect with psychotherapists that are culturally competent and experienced in agriculture, we also offer comprehensive Mental Health Strategy support options for organizations and Agriculture Informed Therapy (AIT) training for psychotherapists servicing rural areas.
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