People suffering from depression can be treated over their telephone, a recent study shows. Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine offered 18 weeks of cognitive behavioral therapy, a kind of talk therapy, to more than 300 patients with major depression. Half received treatment in person and half over the phone. In CBT, therapists help patients identify unhealthy patterns of thought and action and then change them. It’s proved effective for a number of disorders, including depression — at least, when delivered face-to-face. ===>Continue Reading
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