Terapia cognitiva-conductual (TCC ) Como tratamiento para la depresion: Una revisión del estado del arte
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Puerta Polo, J. V., & Padilla Díaz, D. E. (2011). Terapia cognitiva-conductual (TCC ) Como tratamiento para la depresion: Una revisión del estado del arte. Duazary, 8(2), 251–257. https://doi.org/10.21676/2389783X.224

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La terapia cognitivo - conductual (TCC) se ha transformado en una de las estrategias por excelencia de tipo no farmacológico para el tratamiento de la depresión. A través del presente estudio se brinda una visión general de las técnicas centrales que los teóricos de la TCC expusieron a través de los últimos 50 años, y que se han estado implementado para el abordaje de dicho trastorno mental. De igual manera, se pretendió informar al lector acerca de las innovaciones y adaptaciones más recientes de este modelo de psicoterapia. Se concluye que la TCC ha demostrado su efectividad en el tratamiento de la depresión, por lo cual debe promoverse este tipo de terapia. (DUAZARY 2011 No. 2, 251 - 257)

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Terapia cognitiva- conductual; depresión; revisión.
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