Journal / Book Title
Child and Adolescent Mental Health
Sleep disturbance is frequently comorbid with depression and sleep complaints are the most common residual symptoms after treatment among adolescents with depression. The present analyses investigated the effect of sleep disturbance in depressed adolescents treated with interpersonal psychotherapy for adolescents (IPT-A) versus treatment as usual (TAU) in school-based mental health clinics.
MSU Digital Commons Citation
McGlinchey, Eleanor; Reyes-Portillo, Jazmin; Turner, J Blake; and Mufson, Laura, "Innovations in Practice: The Relationship Between Sleep Disturbances, Depression, and Interpersonal Functioning in Treatment for Adolescent Depression" (2017). Department of Psychology Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works. 612.
McGlinchey, E. L., Reyes‐Portillo, J. A., Turner, J. B., & Mufson, L. (2017). Innovations in Practice: The relationship between sleep disturbances, depression, and interpersonal functioning in treatment for adolescent depression. Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 22(2), 96-99.