Co-Occurring Chronic Depression and Alcohol Dependence: A Novel Treatment Approach

@inproceedings{Penberthy2014CoOccurringCD,
  title={Co-Occurring Chronic Depression and Alcohol Dependence: A Novel Treatment Approach},
  author={Jennifer Kim Penberthy and Christopher J. Gioia and Aaron M. Martin Andrea Konig and Stephanie A. Cockrell},
  year={2014}
}
Major depression and alcohol dependence are two of the most prevalent psychiatric disorders affecting the general population, resulting in significant consequences to society at large, including lost productivity, health care demands, psychosocial disruption, and even increased mortality rates [1]. Recent research suggests that excessive alcohol use and depression account for an estimated $223.5 billion and $83.1 billion, respectively, in economic costs to the United States alone [2,3]. In… CONTINUE READING

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