Dr. Beck reports that Dominic Lam and his co-workers who have just had an important paper accepted by the Archives of General Psychiatry: "A Randomized Controlled Study of Cognitive Therapy of Relapse Prevention for Bipolar Affective Disorder - Outcome of the First Year." This study is important because, like the DeRubeis-Hollon Study, the cognitive therapy intervention turned out to be less expensive in terms of re-hospitalization, etc. than the control group.
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