What Behavioral Therapies Work on Childhood and Adolescent Depression?
Cognitive behavioral and interpersonal therapy have both proved effective in reducing symptoms.
Dr. Neal Ryan is a child and adolescent psychiatrist at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, director of its Center for Integrative Medicine, and a member of the Child Mind Institute’s Scientific Research Council. Here he discusses proven and effective psychotherapeutic interventions for depression.
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