Treating co-occurring generalized anxiety disorder and depression: Expert tips to keep your clients from getting stuck

Presented by Brett Johnson, MD, and Stacy Welch, PhD

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Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) and major depressive disorder (MDD), are commonly co-occurring disorders typically treated with cognitive behavioral therapies. However, the overlap in treatments may cause difficulties for the patient and clinician. In this webinar, learn about the most common dilemmas that arise when treating patients with co-occurring GAD and MDD and discover psychopharmacological and therapeutic strategies to optimize the chances of success with treatment.

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