Cooper, Garry
November 2008
Psychotherapy Networker Magazine;Nov/Dec2008, Vol. 32 Issue 6, p17
The article offers bits of information related to psychotherapy. Brigham Young University conducted a survey to marriage and family therapists which indicates that 96% of therapists would comply with the request of an unfaithful spouse. A survey reveals that 10% to 20% of clinically depressed people suffer from treatment-resistant symptoms increase with no antidepressant or psychotherapy. Researchers hope that head-to-head clinical trials of treatments will lead as the best for each disorder.


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