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Psychotherapy Casebook

Teaching the Tools: Prolonging the Benefit of Psychotherapy

Lisa Sebotnick McLean, MD, and Dean Schuyler, MD

Published: October 1, 2001

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Depression and anxiety are common diagnoses inthe primary care setting. Today, the primary careprovider may prescribe appropriate medications with thegoal of ameliorating symptoms. Despite medication trials,however, problems and even symptoms may persist.


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Volume: 3

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