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(p. 296) Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Women with Depression Living on Low Incomes 

(p. 296) Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Women with Depression Living on Low Incomes
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(p. 296) Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Women with Depression Living on Low Incomes
Author(s):

Nancy K Grote

, Holly A Swartz

, and Allan Zuckoff

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780199746903.003.0017
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date: 21 October 2019

Chapter 17 reviews the effectiveness of IPT for depressed women on low incomes and highlights the multiple chronic stressors and barriers to care they face, as well as describes adaptations and additions to IPT made via work with depressed, low-income women who face practical, psychological, and cultural barriers to treatment engagement and retention. A case example demonstrates these modifications in the delivery of IPT.

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