When are Psychotherapy and Pharmacotherapy Combinations the Treatment of Choice for Major Depressive Disorder?

Abstract

Treating major depressive disorder with the combination of psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy is highly valued by both psychiatrists and their patients. However, results of most systematic research studies suggest that this approach may be overvalued: evidence of additive benefits (in relation to the respective component therapies, alone) is meager. In this… (More)
DOI: 10.1023/A:1022042316895

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