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Background: The present study examined common childhood fears, coping strategies and perceived efficacy of coping mechanisms among 8- to 13-year-old South African children (n = 141) living in four children's homes. Method: Fears were assessed by means of the Fear List Method (FLM) and the Fear...
Objective: The investigation sought to examine depression and anxiety levels in mothers of children with mental health problems. Method: A case control design was employed and self-reports of depressive and anxiety symptoms were measured in a group of women whose children were receiving mental...
Objective: Mentoring programmes offer an increasingly popular solution to the problem of youth 'at-risk'. While positive outcomes of these programmes are widely documented, there has been little research into the operant processes. The aim of this study was to provide in-depth qualitative...
Background: Community studies on children and adolescents in Western settings suggest prevalence rates of anxiety and depressive symptoms that require intervention. Aim: To establish equivalent prevalence rates in a Kenyan (developing country) situation Method: Self-administered questionnaires...
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