Can One Day of Learning Reduce Depression in Teens? CBT Workshops in Schools Show Promise

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On ‘Psychology Behind the Headlines,’ hosts Jessica Reyes, Patricia WU, and guest psychotherapist Steph Jones discusses a promising study from King’s College London, which found that one-day stress workshops in schools can lower depression rates in 16 to 18-year-olds.

Early intervention is key

One-day stress workshops based on CBT show promise in reducing depression rates in teens.

Empowering through education

Equipping students with tools to manage stress and anxiety is crucial for their mental well-being.

Ongoing support is needed

Integrating mental health education into school curriculums can provide continuous support for students facing emotional challenges.

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