Predictors of dropout and outcome in cognitive therapy for depression in a private practice setting

@article{Persons1988PredictorsOD,
  title={Predictors of dropout and outcome in cognitive therapy for depression in a private practice setting},
  author={Jacqueline B. Persons and D. Dougal Burns and Jeffrey M. Perloff},
  journal={Cognitive Therapy and Research},
  year={1988},
  volume={12},
  pages={557-575}
}
The efficacy of cognitive therapy was examined for 70 depressed private practice patients. Although these patients had a broader range of psychopathology than patients in controlled outcome studies of cognitive therapy, they had comparably large reductions in Beck Depression Inventory (BDI) scores. Patients who completed treatment had an average reduction in BDI scores of 65.5%. Initial BDI scores, endogenous symptoms, compliance with homework, and the interaction between homework and initial… CONTINUE READING

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