Healio (6/21, Marabito) reports “cognitive behavioral, behavioral activation, problem-solving, ‘third wave therapy,’ interpersonal psychotherapy, psychodynamic, and life-review therapy” may treat depression “more effectively and acceptably, with several” of these psychotherapies “having significant long-term effects after 1 year,” according to a study published in World Psychiatry. Study investigators “conducted network and random-effects pairwise meta-analyses on 331 randomized trials with 34,285 patients” and found “greater efficacies for all assessed therapies than care-as-usual and waiting list control conditions.” (SOURCE: APA Headlines)