Interpersonal Psychotherapy focuses on conflicts with family or friends.

$2.19 million grant to review therapy for women with depression A University of Rochester INFIRMARY psychologist has received a $2 .19 million grant from the National Institute of Mental Health that will fund a report of the effectiveness of Interpersonal Psychotherapy in the treating women with depressive disorder and a brief history of childhood sexual abuse. The five-year study is specifically designed to test the treatment in a community wellness center where women from disparate socioeconomic and ethnic backgrounds receive treatment.

650 donors, clinicians, friends and groups of the hospital socialized in the two-story, glass-walled lobby. Guests then transferred for the latter part of the evening for supper upstairs, dancing and spectacular panoramic views of the city. ‘Every year, the Carousel Ball has made it possible for CHOP's researchers and clinicians to progress their work and find out new treatments and remedies,’ said Madeline Bell, president and CEO of The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. ‘As a healthcare facility turns 160 this season, we are thrilled to celebrate the building that’s also the beneficiary of this yr's event, The Buerger Center for Advanced Pediatric Treatment.