Talking therapies boost

November 2009
Community Care;11/5/2009, Issue 1794, p8
The article informs that the British government's programme to improve access to talking therapies has intensified after a pilot study of the Doncaster Primary Care Trust identified significant improvements for people with depression and anxiety. The study found three-quarters of patients referred for treatment from August 2006 to August 2007 who completed the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies programmes were in remission or recovery.


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