Medication or Psychotherapy for Depression?

Patient preferences can influence adherence, but outcomes did not vary significantly between medications or psychotherapy.

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Current treatment guidelines for depression recommend treating patients initially with either antidepressant medications or psychotherapy, and that patient treatment preferences be taken into consideration when recommending specific treatment. There is

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