The Practitioner 2007;251(1695):22

Consider residual symptoms in depression recovery

01 Jun 2007Pais-up subscribers

The review cites a number of studies that provide evidence that cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) following successful pharmacotherapy reduces the risk of relapse. Given the paucity of CBT therapists, our patients are unlikely to receive CBT if we do not provide it ourselves.

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