Psychotherapy Helps -- Even When It's Not All in Your Head
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One study, however, found that adding psychological treatment to their normal medicines did not significantly improve the treatment of depression in people with heart disease.
"Right now if a depressed patient with heart disease comes into a doctor's office, combination therapy should not be advised," says Rutgers University researcher Michael A. Friedman, PhD. "However, combination therapy may be useful for patients with more severe or chronic cases of depression."