interpersonal therapy is a short-term and evidence-based psychotherapy that aims to treat mood disorders by improving the quality of interpersonal relationships and social functioning. It focuses on resolving problems in four key areas: grief, role dispute, role transition, and interpersonal deficits. interpersonal therapy usually involves 12 to 16 sessions of individual or group therapy with homework, assessment, and interviews.

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