Published in Women's Health Weekly, June 12th, 2003
"In this review, we examine several special psychosocial contexts, including pregnancy, and motherhood, that may seriously interfere with depressed patients' ability or willingness to engage and remain in treatment for their depression. We also explore the kinds of often-unrecognized subsyndromal comorbidities, such as panic-agoraphobic spectrum, that may complicate conventional treatments for depression or prevent depressed patients from remaining engaged long enough to fully benefit from treatment," scientists in the United States report.
"We argue that psychotherapy can play...
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