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'Friendship Bench' program proves effective at alleviating mental illness symptoms
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29 December 2016
On 29 December 2016 Science Daily reported:
Their offices are simple wooden seats, called Friendship Benches, located in the grounds of health clinics around Harare and other major cities in Zimbabwe. The practitioners are lay health workers known as community 'Grandmothers,' trained to listen to and support patients living with anxiety, depression, and other common mental disorders. But the impact, measured in a ground-breaking study, shows that this innovative approach holds the potential to significantly improve the lives of millions of people with moderate and severe mental health problems in countries where access to treatment is limited or nonexistent.
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