Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Dysthymic Disorder
J Clin Psychiatry 1999;60:621 [book review]
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From our regular book review column.
Under the current pressures of managed health care, the costeffectiveness of treatments is a significant consideration for the practicing psychiatrist. Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Dysthymic Disorder provides a solution for treating some chronically depressed patients: time-limited psychotherapy based on traditional interpersonal therapy for depression,1 but tailored to the treatment of dysthymia.