Telephone-Based Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Latino Patients Living in Rural Areas: A Randomized Pilot Study
Highlights a pilot study on a culturally competent cognitive-behavioral therapy that uses the telephone to connect with rural Latinos in Washington State. Compares treatment to an enhanced primary care treatment for depression. Breaks down data by age, gender, and nativity, among other factors.
Megan Dwight-Johnson, Eugene Aisenberg, Daniela Golinelli, et al.
Psychiatric Services, 62(8), 936-942
Access · Culture and cultural competency · Hispanic or Latino · Mental health · Migrants · Statistics and data · Telehealth · Washington