From The British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy: The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence has published a new draft guideline for treatment of depression in adults. The guideline recommends a wide variety of psychosocial interventions including counselling, as well as CBT, behavioral activation, interpersonal therapy, short-term psychodynamic therapy and behavioral couple’s therapy.
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What a novel recommendation! Sheesh…
It’s something to be grateful for – the acceptance of the possibility of non disease “unhappiness”.