Psychotherapy includes a broad range of treatments that may or may not help a particular person or mental health condition. Most forms of open-ended psychotherapy have not been systematically tested or proven to be effective in treating depression. Short-term (16 weeks or less) intensive, structured therapies—like cognitive behavioral therapy and dialectical behavioural therapy—have been shown to be effective for depression, anxiety, borderline personality disorder, and suicide attempts.

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