CBT May Help Prevent Depression In Young People At Risk For The Disorder

Medscape (10/6, Davenport) reports, “Young people at risk for depression are less likely to develop the disorder after a cognitive-behavioral prevention (CBP) program, the benefits of which persist for more than six years,” according to the findings of a 316-patient study published online Sept. 30 in JAMA Psychiatry. A grant from the National Institute of Mental Health helped support the study. Reuters (10/6, Doyle) also reports.

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