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What Happens After The Antidepressants Work?

John Preston On The Importance Of Addressing Underlying Issues.

John Preston cuts through the controversies surrounding the use of antidepressants and their effectiveness. He acknowledges that they reduce symptoms of depression for many clients, while pointing out that their short-term effectiveness can mask the presence of deeper problems that remain unresolved.

In this quick video clip, John highlights the territory many therapists navigate with clients: Welcoming the relief from suffering and increased function that antidepressants can provide while holding out for the hard work on underlying issues that will ultimately bring long-term healing.

Take two minutes to watch and listen. I think you’ll find John’s words to be grounding, inspiring, and reaffirming.

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You’ll learn practical strategies for matching clients with appropriate interventions, how to work effectively prescribing physicians, and more. Join us for 5 stimulating sessions featuring recognized experts in the field—Caroline Williams, John Preston, Ron Taffel, Robert Hedaya, and Steven Dubovsky.

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