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This story could facilitate understanding and simultaneous engagement of two core CBT principles: challenging maladaptive cognitions and replacing them with coping thoughts and engaging in behavioral strategies such as exercise and meditation to improve depressed mood. Conclusion In summary, psychotherapy can be an effective method for treating depression in Asian American adults. Unfortunately, there continues to be a dearth of empirical literature examining how Asian Americans respond to mental health treatment.
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