A recent study showed that a significant number of patients being treated for depression with only antidepressants don’t experience sufficient benefit or reduction in symptoms of depression. But, for those patients, adding talk therapy – in this case CBT – proved effective in reducing symptoms and improving their mood.
If you or a loved one are experiencing symptoms of depression, many treatment options are available including psychotherapy (CBT) and medication.
Excerpts from article:
Among patients who dont 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.
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