In this video, Julian Eaton from CBM and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine discusses the ‘disease-model’ approach to mental health, the social risk factors that can contribute to mental health conditions, and explores how social development programmes can improve mental health and psychosocial support outcomes.
This video was produced from a training module ‘Mental Health and Psychosocial Disabilities in Development’, which was delivered to DFID staff in Spring 2019, as part of the K4D Learning Journey led by the Mental Health Innovation Network on “Leave No One Behind”: Delivering on the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda for Mental Health and Psychosocial Disabilities.
Other videos in this series include:
- Health Systems Approaches to Mental Health
- Social Development for Mental Health: Scaling Up Promising and Best Practice in Development
- Mental Health for Children and Young People
- Mental Health and Psychosocial Support for People in Humanitarian Contexts
Mental Health for Sustainable Development: A Topic Guide for Development Professionals