A recent insight has revealed the positives of telephone therapy to treat people with depression. The results of telephone therapy may be as good as in- person therapy and is bound to help patients atleast for a short while.
Even though it is difficult to pick up visual cues during telephone therapy, changes in voice and tone can still be picked up by discerning therapists . Telephone therapy is also good for those who are not keen to meet therapists for in-person therapy sessions.
AdvertisementAlthough in the long term, in-person therapy sessions helped patients much more than telephone therapy sessions, the latter is still good to help people in the throes of depression.
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