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Table 1 Study domains of interest

From: What about lay counselors’ experiences of task-shifting mental health interventions? Example from a family-based intervention in Kenya

Intrinsic and extrinsic forces, beliefs, and ideals that incline an individual to pursue and maintain their position as a lay counselor [22]An individual’s perceptions and assessments of their capability to be competent and effective in their counseling role [23]The physical, psychological, emotional, and social consequences that affect a lay counselor due to trying to fulfill the duties and responsibilities expected of them by their clients, supervisors, and communitiesCombination of feelings of work-related exhaustion, cynicism, and inefficacy due to the daily routine and duties required for a counselor, which can manifest in physical and behavioral changes [24, 25]