Studies support use of cognitive behavioral therapy for depression

09/6/2013 | HealthDay News

A study in JAMA Psychiatry showed follow-up cognitive behavioral therapy worked as well as antidepressants in preventing relapse among high-risk adult patients. Another study in the same journal found that cognitive behavioral group therapy was more effective than usual psychiatric care in preventing depression among at-risk teens.

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