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Outcome of cognitive behaviour therapy for minor depression in daily practice.

By P. Cuijpers, H.F.E. Smit, I. Voordouw and J. Kramer

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.01) from the mean score in the general population (M = 9.7; SD = 8.6). Conclusion. Psychoeducational intervention can be an important help for people with depressive symptoms. The improvement in terms of depressive symptoms in routine practice does not differ from the improvement found in a randomized trial. However, participants remained considerably more depressed than the general population and this intervention is, for many, not sufficient as a form of treatment

Year: 2005
DOI identifier: 10.1348/147608304X22391
OAI identifier: oai:dare.ubvu.vu.nl:1871/17219
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