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Can computer-guided cognitive behavioral therapy improve depression treatment?

Posted December 17, 2015, 9:00 am James Cartreine, Ph.D., Contributing Editor In the United States, depression is the top cause of disability, but only 21% of patients diagnosed with major depression get treatment that meets the guidelines of the American Psychiatric Association. Of people seeking depression treatment, those who’d like to be treated with live psychotherapy outnumber those who’d like to be treated with medication three to one, but those who want live therapy…

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