Gilbert, Paul
March 2006
Pulse;3/23/2006, Vol. 66 Issue 12, p51
The article presents tips on how general practitioners (GPs) can introduce cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) in a short consultation. The patients should be encourage to be with others. GPs should explain to patients that depression could isolate them from others. GPs should also be aware that CBT is not about positive thinking, but positive focusing.


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