Decreased depression up to one year following CBSM+ intervention in depressed women with AIDS: the smart/EST women's project.

@article{Laperriere2005DecreasedDU,
  title={Decreased depression up to one year following CBSM+ intervention in depressed women with AIDS: the smart/EST women's project.},
  author={Arthur Laperriere and Gail Ironson and Michael H. Antoni and Heidi A Pomm and Deborah Jones and Mary Ishii and David Lydston and Peter Lawrence and A Richard Grossman and Elizabeth N Brondolo and Andrea Cassells and Jonathan N. Tobin and Neil Schneiderman and Stephen M Weiss},
  journal={Journal of health psychology},
  year={2005},
  volume={10 2},
  pages={223-31}
}
This prospective multisite Phase III clinical trial (Miami, New York, New Jersey) investigated the long-term (one year) effects of a 10-week group cognitive-behavioral stress management/expressive supportive therapy (CBSM+) intervention on disadvantaged minority women living with AIDS. The CBSM+ intervention consisted of 10-weekly group session of stress management, cognitive-behavioral skill training, relaxation techniques and expressive-supportive therapeutic strategies. The primary study… CONTINUE READING

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