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Thanks for the great article! :)
My wife has been in treatment and therapy for 35 years. There is some content here that just might help her. Thanks!
Very informative and helpful article.
This is a helpful article. My experience was that the meds gave my the energy to do the hard work of therapy.
Please consider updating the article to reflect TMS treatment. Tanscranial Magnetic Stimulation felt like a miracle to me. After years of successful therapy, I stilll needed small doses of meds which finally stopped working. My psychiatrist recommended TMS, my insurance (Medicare) covered it and eventually ended all meds.
I was clinically depressed for years, and on many different medications until I asked for a referral to a psychiatrist and underwent evaluation then a 12-week course of cognitive behavioural therapy. I worked very hard at this process, did my homework, and discussed every session with my husband, which helped him understand me better. I will be on medication for the rest of my life. I can honestly say that the last 15 years have been the best of my life. And now, with thr BECK Diet Solution, I’m using cognitive behavioural therapy to help me lose weight and keep it off. I’m down 26 lbs. at this point.
Cognitive behavioural therapy requires commitment over the long term... and it works!
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