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As many as one in seven women experience depression during pregnancy, or in the year after giving birth, and there has never been any method scientifically recommended to prevent it.
|WHO Columbia Group IPT manual for depression has now been published in Chinese and is available on WHO website.
The manual is present also in Arabic, English, and Russian. This guide covers an 8-session protocol that is similar to IPT Adapted for a Group in Uganda (IPT-G-U), a 16-session protocol devised by Kathleen Clougherty, Lena Verdeli and Myrna Weissman.Get the manual
Physicians are urged to identify which pregnant women and new mothers are at high risk of depression and refer them to talk therapy before they show worsening symptoms.
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