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Collaborative Mental Health & Primary Care Benefit Older Adults With Sub-Clinical Depression

News | April 3, 2017

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Older adults diagnosed with sub-clinical depression who completed an average of six weekly sessions of behavioral activation in a collaborative primary care setting were less likely to experience depressive symptoms than those who received only usual primary care. At a four month follow-up, 17.2% of the behavioral activation group and 23.5% of the usual care…

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