Evidenced-Based Treatment of Depression in the College Population

@inproceedings{Lee2007EvidencedBasedTO,
  title={Evidenced-Based Treatment of Depression in the College Population},
  author={Carolyn L. Lee},
  year={2007}
}
This review explores evidence-based treatment for depression within the college and university population. Treatments for depression in adults are among the most rigorous studied treatment modalities in the psychotherapy literature, providing consistent evidence for the efficacy of at least two treatments, cognitive behavioral therapy and interpersonal psychotherapy for depression, but the evidence for use of these therapies within the college population is sparse and inconclusive. The length… CONTINUE READING

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