Do You Think “Interventions” for Depression Could Work?

Question by Jackie Brown: Do you think “Interventions” for depression could work?
Similar to drug interventions. If someone needs help, do you think an intervention would effective?

Best answer:

Answer by michele
Yes, it is quite possible, assuming the goal of the intervention was to encourage the sufferer to seek treatment.

~Dr. B.~

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