This is the model we developed in order to design low intensity psychological interventions for marginalized populations.

Explanatory Model of Depression among Rural Women in Developing Countries

 

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Depression in Developing Countries

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Post-Natal Depression

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Domestic Violence

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Economical Difficulties

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Mental Health in the Developing World
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Low intensity digital mental health interventions

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