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(p. 367) Going upstream: using low intensity CBT interventions to prevent mental health problems: Overview 

(p. 367) Going upstream: using low intensity CBT interventions to prevent mental health problems: Overview
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date: 25 November 2020

Chapter 38 considers the use of group CBT for preventing depression in adults. This chapter notes that prevention interventions are typically delivered in a group format, and are best targeted at an indicated (those with sub-threshold depression) or selective level (e.g. pregnant women, people with a physical illness) and describes in some detail the content of the Coping with Depression Course (CWD), the most extensively researched program for preventing depression in adults.

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