Can bite-sized sessions of therapy help kids struggling with depression?
Psychotherapy is often too long, expensive, and hard to find. These scientists are hopeful there’s a better way.
There’s been an increase in the number of teens with depression, anxiety, and who are suicidal. But only about a third of them receive any help at all.
is trying to alleviate that problem with bite-sized, 30-minute therapy sessions.
Stony Brook U.
Can single, 30-minute sessions of therapy help kids struggling with depression? #StonyBrookU prof
is trying to help fill the gaps with brief appointments that don’t need to be administrated by a clinician.
There are stunning gaps, and wait times, for mental heath care. And they're only predicted to grow worse. Facing these facts, some clinical psychologists are trying to innovate
These scientists want to make psychotherapy sessions much, much shorter