Cognitive-behavioral treatment of depression, part IV: Improving problem-solving skills

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Cognitive-behavioral treatment of depression has been found effective for helping a wide range of clients. However, current approaches to treatment emphasize the integration of a variety of treatment elements. The present manuscript describes the use of problem-solving therapy as incorporated into a broader cognitive-behavioral treatment model. Problem… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF02307704

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