The effect of cognitive-behavioural and solution-focused counselling on prevention of postpartum depression in nulliparous pregnant women

@article{Ramezani2017TheEO,
  title={The effect of cognitive-behavioural and solution-focused counselling on prevention of postpartum depression in nulliparous pregnant women},
  author={Somayeh Ramezani and Ahmad Khosravi and Zahra Motaghi and Azam Hamidzadeh and Seyed Abbas Mousavi},
  journal={Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology},
  year={2017},
  volume={35},
  pages={172 - 182}
}
Abstract Objective: The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of cognitive-behavioural approach and solution-focused counselling on prevention of postpartum depression in nulliparous pregnant women. Background: Maternity blues is a common disorder and postpartum depression is a serious disorder. Therefore, the use of preventive measures and timely intervention is of particular importance. Methods: In this randomised clinical trial, 85 nulliparous pregnant women at 30–35 weeks were… 

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