An evaluation of cognitive-behaviour therapy for depression in patients with multiple sclerosis.


Twenty depressed multiple sclerotic patients were randomly allocated either to cognitive-behaviour therapy or to a waiting list control condition. Assessment of depressive symptoms was conducted at pre-treatment, post-treatment, and a four-week follow-up. In comparison to the waiting list condition, cognitive-behaviour therapy was found to result in… (More)


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