treatment-prevalence paradox

Despite More Treatments for Depression, Prevalence Doesn’t Decrease—Why?

This article by Peter Simons has been published on the Mad in the UK website. It begins: “Between 1987 and 2007, the number of people receiving treatment for depression in the United States increased fourfold (and has continued to rise more…
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More treatment but no less depression: The treatment-prevalence paradox

This article – by Johan Orme, Steven D. Hollon, Ronald C. Kessler, Pim Cuijpers, and Scott M. Monroe – has been published in the Clinical Psychology Review. The abstract says: “Treatments for depression have improved, and their availability has markedly increased…
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