Source: University of Toronto – Scarborough
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This University of Toronto article talks about the gap in care for individuals who have received depression care, but are now “not depressed enough to warrant treatment” or are no longer clinically depressed but still struggle with lingering depression symptoms like sleep, energy, and worry. Fortunately, Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), a pioneering group therapy that helps individuals avoid depression relapses, is now available online. It’s new online availability comes from an effort by the MBCT creators to expand depression care to individuals in need – like those mentioned previously. The new online version of MBCT is available as an 8-week online course that follows the traditional structure of MBCT.

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