New approaches to monitoring girls’ responses to preventative mental health programs in schools (Bossenbroek et al., 2022)

Nuanced understanding of cognitive behavioural interventions and shift away from “traditional approaches” deliver better interventions to female school students experiencing sub-clinical depression. Researchers say tailor treatment to diagnoses and severity of symptoms, citing those students who require more sustained treatment, and also those who spontaneously recover as evidence for the inappropriateness of a one-size-fits-all approach.
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