Systematic review of group based psychological therapy for depression

This was a systematic review and meta-analysis of the efficacy of group-based psychological therapies for depression in primary care and the community. It concluded that Group cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) confers benefit for individuals who are clinically depressed over that of usual care alone. Individually delivered CBT is more effective than group CBT immediately following treatment but after 3 months there is no evidence of difference.
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