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Psychological interventions for young people at risk for bipolar disorder: A systematic review.

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Summary of "Psychological interventions for young people at risk for bipolar disorder: A systematic review."

Several studies have recently been conducted that have explored the benefits of psychological interventions in reducing symptomatology or improving outcomes in young people at-risk of developing bipolar disorder. The aim of this review was to explore if such interventions reduce current psychiatric symptoms and prevent the development of new symptoms.

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Name: Journal of affective disorders
ISSN: 1573-2517
Pages: 84-91

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