The New York Times (12/8, A25, Petersen) reported on “several new psychotherapies to treat anxiety and depression in people with cognitive impairments, including early to moderate dementia.” Two examples highlighted in the article were Problem Adaptation Therapy, or PATH, which “focuses on solving tangible problems that fuel feelings of sadness and hopelessness,” and the Peaceful Mind program, which “simplifies traditional cognitive behavioral therapy and focuses on scheduling pleasurable activities and skills.” The Times added, “Early research on the new approaches is encouraging, but longer and larger studies will be needed to fully assess the effectiveness. (SOURCE: APA Headlines)