Does adding psychotherapy to pharmacotherapy improve social functioning in the treatment of outpatient depression?

Abstract

The existence of an overall association between severity of depression and level of social functioning is well documented. To increase the probability of a long-term recovery, a normal level of social functioning is essential. It is currently unknown whether combined therapy has a better outcome than pharmacotherapy with regard to social functioning. In a 6… (More)

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