Counseling helps women reduce depression, study shows

04/16/2013 | MedPage Today (free registration)

Following screening for intimate partner violence, women who were offered counseling sessions on relationship or emotional issues through their primary care practice had lower depression scores after one year, compared with women who received usual care, Australian researchers reported. The study in The Lancet, which included specially trained primary care physicians, found the intervention did not lead to significant improvements in quality of life.

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