Harvard Mental Health Letter

In Brief: Cognitive behavioral therapy improves outcomes in depressed adolescents

Researchers studying adolescents with major depression found that cognitive behavioral therapy, either on its own or in conjunction with antidepressant medication, was an effective treatment, with a low incidence of suicidal ideation.
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