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When are self-help programs “helpful”?

By: Srini Pillay, MD, Contributing Editor, Harvard Health Publications For some people, a “self-help” program can be a useful addition to professional services, or even be enough by itself. Despite the good intentions of the creators of such programs, the degree and quality of research backing up their claims vary. What’s more, people also vary in how well they use such programs. …

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