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The Shamiri Group Intervention for Adolescent Anxiety and Depression: Study Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial of A Lay-Provider-Delivered, School-Based Intervention in Kenya
(BioMed Central (BMC), 2020)
Background: Developing low-cost, socio-culturally appropriate, and scalable interventions for youth depression and anxiety symptoms in low-income regions such as countries in sub-Saharan Africa is a global mental health ...
Conducting global mental health research: lessons learned from Kenya
(Cambridge University Press, 2021-02-08)
Mental health disorders are prevalent among youth and adolescents in low- and middleincome countries, and access to evidence-based treatments is poor. Although there is a great need for high-quality research to serve young ...
Single-Session Digital Intervention for Adolescent Depression, Anxiety and Well-being: Outcomes of a Randomized Controlled Trial with Kenyan Adolescents
(Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology., 2020-03-24)
Background: Adolescent depression and anxiety symptoms are prevalent in Sub-Saharan African countries, yet treatment options are scarce, and stigma limits help-seeking. Brief, computerized single-session interventions ...