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November 6, 2015

Psychoanalytic psychotherapy – the key to changing minds and saving lives

New evidence shows efficacy of psychoanalytic psychotherapy for depression and the best efficacy compared to other psychological treatments. The latest results from a landmark UK study reviewing the use of psychoanalytic psychotherapy to treat chronic depression are well worth a read. They highlight the dismal failure of virtually every 'treatment' provided by the NHS to provide long term relief for people suffering with chronic depression. However the study found that psychoanalytic psychotherapy had significantly better success rates - nearly half of the participants in the study who used this treatment were still realising major improvements two years after therapy ended.

Acting Chair of CASSE, Chris Croker, speaking to the Hon Dale Wakefield about CASSE's 'Shields for Life, Tools for Living' program, part of the government's 'Back on Track' initiative. Proud to be helping break the cycle of trauma for young Territorians. facebook.com/dale4braitling… pic.twitter.com/yYeKHuFHTV

About 4 days ago from CASSE Australia's Twitter via Twitter Web App