Research shows talk therapy is effective in improving quality of life of PLWD

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Depression and anxiety are common experiences for people living with dementia and pharmacological treatments are constantly in review for effectiveness. “The findings of the new and updated Cochrane Review paper are important because it is the first review showing that psychological interventions (talking therapies) are effective and worthwhile in the context of ineffective drugs for depression and dementia.” writes University College London.  Click here to learn more about how Cognitive Behavioral Therapy has proven effective in improving the quality of life for those living with impairment.

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