Multi-centre Randomised control trial of a group PsychOlogical intervention for PoSt-natal depression in BritisH mothers of South AsiaN origIn
A Culturally appropriate group psychosocial intervention based on the principles of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)
All the participants reported improved well-being after attending the Positive Health Programme (PHP).
Women reported improvements in their lifestyle by being more proactive, enhanced self-esteem and being able to manage stress more effectively.
The findings suggested that a culturally adapted intervention (PHP) is acceptable to British South Asian women with PND.
Funding Acknowledgement - ROSHNI-D was funded by the National Institute for Health Research, Research for Patient Benefit Programme.
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