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(p. 321) Interpersonal Psychotherapy in Developing Countries 

(p. 321) Interpersonal Psychotherapy in Developing Countries
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(p. 321) Interpersonal Psychotherapy in Developing Countries
Author(s):

Helena Verdeli

, Charles D.R Baily

, Christine Nanyondo

, Jessica A Keith

, and Ori Elis

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780199746903.003.0018
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date: 24 May 2020

Chapter 18 discusses IPT in developing countries, and covers the effectiveness of group IPT modified for the cultural context of southwestern Uganda (IPT-GU), compared to a treatment-as-usual (TAU) control condition, how group IPT was adapted for this situation, the phases of intervention, and a case example.

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