There have been a handful of studies examining the effects of other therapy delivery mechanisms besides traditional face-to-face work. Telephone based therapy has been one of the primary focuses, and a new study has shown that it can be effective at reducing depression.

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Telephone Therapy & Depression

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  1. Any human contact is better than nothing!

  2. It would be an interesting new field for telemarketers to get into. Instead of selling long-distance plans, they could interrupt us at dinnertime to offer therapy. Would you need a Paypal account for something like that?

  3. Paypal on cell phones.

  4. How does telephone therapy work? Where can we get more information? Are there professional therapists who work by phone? If so, how do we measure credentials, and how do we find them?

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