Depression and anxiety disorders cost the UK 17 billion in lost output? New drug treatments are now available to all, but not psychological therapies. But the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence recommends psychological therapy as a cost effective treatment Klikkaa tästä .
He believes that education is the number of therapists available for a period of seven years, and suggests that up to 250 of these psychological treatment centers should be set in the next seven years. If this is done well, it could transform the lives of millions, at no net cost to the exchequer, he concludes. An accompanying editorial argues that it’s time we treated depression as a chronic disease that it is.
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