Volunteer-led behavioural activation to reduce depression in residential care

Symptoms of depression are highly prevalent and under-treated in residential aged care facilities. Behavioural activation is a psychosocial intervention that might be appropriate to help reduce depression and improve well-being in this setting. Christina Bryant discusses a study was to investigate the feasibility and efficacy of a behavioural activation intervention designed for depressed aged care residents. Image courtesy of Christina Bryant.

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