Mental Health

Drugs + therapy – you need them both

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It turns out that you get about 30 percent of what researchers call “the potential response” with medications alone, and about the same from evidence-based non-medication therapies. Using only one therapy alone misses 70 percent of the potential improvement.

By Tracy Durnell

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