September 11, 2008 The first randomized controlled trial of psychotherapy for teens with bipolar disorder has shown that adding family-focused therapy to standard medications alleviates depressive symptoms.
“Intensive, regular psychotherapy is a vital part of the effort to stabilize bipolar depression in teens, as we had previously found in adults,” lead study author David J. Miklowitz, PhD, from the University of Colorado in Boulder, told Medscape Psychiatry.

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