• Treatment significantly improved symptoms in those with MDD, childhood trauma

    4 days ago - By Healio

    In individuals with major depressive disorder and childhood trauma, symptoms improved significantly following pharmacological and psychotherapeutic treatments, regardless of severity, per a study published in Lancet Psychiatry.
    “In patients with a history of childhood trauma, depressive disorders, including major depressive disorder, are characterized by earlier onset, greater recurrence, more comorbidity and poorer responses to psychotherapy or pharmacotherapy,” Erika Kuzminskaite, MS, a PhD candidate in the department of psychiatry at Vrije University in the Netherlands, and
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  • Treatment Works for Depression After Childhood Trauma

    Treatment Works for Depression After Childhood Trauma

    4 days ago - By MedPageToday

    While patients with major depressive disorder and childhood trauma had more severe depressive symptoms, they benefited from treatment as much as those without childhood trauma, a meta-analysis found.
    A history of childhood trauma...
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