PST

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PST

abbr.
Pacific Standard Time

PST

(in the US and Canada) abbreviation for
(Physical Geography) Pacific Standard Time

PST

or P.S.T. or p.s.t.,

Pacific Standard Time.
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Noun1.PST - standard time in the 8th time zone west of Greenwich, reckoned at the 120th meridian west; used in far western states of the United States
civil time, local time, standard time - the official time in a local region (adjusted for location around the Earth); established by law or custom
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PST

(US) abbr of Pacific Standard Timepazifische Zeit
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According to the study, an intervention combining behavioural weight loss treatment and problem-solving therapy with as-needed antidepressant medication for participants with co-occurring obesity and depression improved weight loss and depressive symptoms more effectively, when compared with routine physician care.
Problem-solving therapy, according to him, has been identified in a recent National Institute for Health and Care Excellence in England and Wales guideline as a promising intervention to prevent repeated self-harm.
It was designed to determine the prevalence of depression in UK low vision clinics and the effectiveness of one particular intervention: problem-solving therapy (PST), recommended for this population by NICE guidelines.
B) Problem-solving therapy (PST) can help you learn how to feel more confident and in control by learning to solve problems.
The other approaches in this section include Haley's strategic problem-solving therapy and Minuchin's structural family therapy.
Half the group received the mobile technology treatment, called Project: EVO, while the other half received an in-person treatment known as problem-solving therapy.
* Problem-solving therapy, which aims to help you identify or discover effective solutions for stress.
They also noted that nonpharmacologic interventions have proven beneficial and that, specifically, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), interpersonal therapy, and problem-solving therapy have been linked to moderate to large improvements in depressive symptoms.
Problem-solving therapy was talk based, with the patient and the clinician collaborating to identify problems and focus on solving them with a structured approach.
Problem-solving therapy was talk based, with the subject and the clinician collaborating to identify problems and focus on solving them with a structured approach.
Escitalopram and problem-solving therapy for prevention of poststroke depression: a randomized controlled trial.

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