Preventing Depression: A Review Of Cognitive Behavioral And Family Interventions
Applied And Preventive Psychology
Depression is one of the most common psychological disorders. It is associated with tremendous costs in terms of suffering, decrease in productivity, and loss of life. For many individuals, depression is a disorder that will recur throughout life. Recent findings suggest that the prevalence of depression is on the rise, particularly in young people. Clearly, depression prevention is an important goal. Can depression be prevented? In this article we review research on interventions designed to prevent episodes and symptoms of unipolar depression in adults and children. Our review focuses specifically on cognitive-behavioral and family interventions. We discuss what researchers have learned about the prevention of depression and conclude with recommendations for future investigations.
Jane Gillham, A. J. Shatté, and D. R. Freres.
"Preventing Depression: A Review Of Cognitive Behavioral And Family Interventions".
Applied And Preventive Psychology.
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