Gewijzigd op: 31 januari 2024 Background: The benefits of peer support interventions (PSIs) for individuals with mental illness are not well known. The aim of this systematic review and meta-analysis was to assess the effectiveness of PSIs for individuals with mental illness for clinical, personal, and functional recovery outcomes. Conclusions: PSIs may be effective for the clinical and personal recovery of mental illness. Effects are modest, though consistent, suggesting potential efficacy for PSI across a wide range of mental disorders and intervention types.
Dorien Smit, Clara Miguel, Janna N. Vrijsen, Bart Groeneweg, Jan Spijker, Pim Cuijpers
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Psychological Medicine, Volume 53 Issue 11