Lack of emotional, psychological, and social skills and abilities, makes people more vulnerable to problems, exposing them to a variety of mental, social, and behavioral disorders. In this regard, the purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of life skills training on the mental health of women referred to comprehensive health services centers in Khoy.
In this clinical trial study, pre-test and post-test design with control group, of the 4 comprehensive health service centers with a population of 3974 women over 15 years of age, 2 centers were randomly selected as case and control groups. In each center, 35 women who were referred to the center were randomly selected. At first, both groups completed the 28-item Goldberg's health questionnaires. Ten life skills were taught to the case group in 10 sessions of 90 minutes. However the control group did not receive any educational intervention. At the end of the training course, both groups were re-evaluated.
There was no significant difference in mental health between the case and control groups before the intervention, but there was a significant difference in mental health between the case and control groups after the intervention (P <0.05).
The results of this study showed that implementation of life skills training improves physical symptoms, anxiety and sleep, depression, social function and mental health in marginalized women. It is recommended to teach life skills to prevent mental disorders and promote mental health.
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