New research shows that delaying mental health treatment is costly both practically and emotionally.
The study looked at 27,540 patients with mood and anxiety disorders and found that ‘treatment costs are generally outweighed by the increased draw on other medical services, and in the loss of health related quality of life that comes from poor mental health. This highlights that the substantive costs of mental health conditions are driven by not intervening in an adequate or timely manner.’
The research also showed that Internet delivered therapy is good as it can be done rapidly.
The full study is available here.
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