Nonpharmacologic aids in the treatment of depression.

Abstract

While pharmacotherapy is often necessary to effectively treat depression, many depressed patients do not fully respond to, or will not cooperate with, medication trials. Nonpharmacologic interventions such as patient and family education, self-help efforts, cognitive therapy, family involvement and behavioral scheduling may, in various combinations, provide… (More)

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