The efficacy of group and individual cognitive therapy for mild depression

@article{Wierzbicki2005TheEO,
  title={The efficacy of group and individual cognitive therapy for mild depression},
  author={Michael Wierzbicki and Thomas S. Bartlett},
  journal={Cognitive Therapy and Research},
  year={2005},
  volume={11},
  pages={337-342}
}
Eighteen mildly depressed subjects were randomly assigned to group or individual cognitive therapy. Twenty mildly depressed subjects were later recruited to serve as delayed treatment controls. Beck's cognitive therapy of depression was provided in a 6-week format by five graduate student therapists. Subjects were assessed before and after the 6-week treatment or waiting period using the Beck Depression Inventory, the D30 Depression Scale, the Brief Symptom Inventory, the State-Trait Anxiety… CONTINUE READING

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