Nonsomatic treatment of depression.

  title={Nonsomatic treatment of depression.},
  author={Joel T. Sherrill and M{\'a}ria Kov{\'a}cs},
  journal={Child and adolescent psychiatric clinics of North America},
  volume={11 3},
There is solid evidence that active and goal-oriented cognitive-behavioral or relationship-focused therapies are generally superior to more generic therapies or to no treatment for clinically diagnosed and for undiagnosed but symptomatic youths. Between 50% to 87% of diagnosed youths who received a targeted treatment had recovered from their depressive episodes, in comparison to 21% to 75% of those who received some other generic therapy and 5% to 48% of wait-listed youths. The cognitive… CONTINUE READING
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