NPR radio reports that the benefits of talk therapy for depression have been overstated in the scientific literature, according to a study in the journal PLOS ONE. The finding comes several years after a similar study reached the same conclusion about antidepressant drugs. Listen to the Story


Depression Study Seeks to Predict Treatment Response

Treating depressed individuals and figuring out who will and won’t respond to antidepressants is mostly trial and error, but a new study from Vanderbilt University may shed some light on predicting the response of a group of depressed individuals age 60 and older. Read the News

A Simple Solution to Depression? It Doesn’t Exist

Depression blogger, Therese Borchard writes about her recent visit to a holistic health fair and concludes that while holistic doctors and naturopaths offer valuable advice and treatment, it’s only part of a very complicated puzzle of what works for each individual.  Read the Blog

The Trauma of Being Alive

From The New York Times, Buddhist psychiatrist Mark Epstein’s insight piece about how the dents and dings we suffer every day are a type of cumulative trauma.  Read the News

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