BACKGROUND: Depression is often a chronic relapsing condition, with relapse rates of 50-80% in those who have been depressed before. This is particularly problematic for those who become suicidal when depressed since habitual recurrence of suicidal thoughts increases likelihood of further acute suicidal episodes. Therefore the question how to prevent relapse is of particular urgency in this group. METHODS/DESIGN: This trial compares Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), a novel form of...Expand abstract
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Staying well after depression: trial design and protocol.
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