Talk Therapy Boosts Response to Antidepressants

Among patients who don't respond to antidepressants, adding talk therapy to their prescription appears to ease depressive symptoms, a new study found. In a randomized controlled trial, adding cognitive behavioral therapy or CBT to drug therapy was associated with a more than threefold increased likelihood of response to treatment after six months, Dr. Nicola Wiles of the University of Bristol in England and colleagues reported online in The Lancet. Read this story on It...Full Story
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