Published online by Cambridge University Press: 16 June 2009
Evidence is now accumulating for cognitive therapy as a promising treatment for depression. However, there is as yet little indication as to how it achieves its effects. The paper addresses this issue as it relates to the immediate impact of therapy, the achievement of change over the course of treatment as a whole, and the maintenance of improvement and prevention of relapse.
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