Figure H9 is titled “Mean change from baseline to end of treatment in depression symptom scores for CBT compared with SC.” The figure displays a forest plot reporting the change in standardized mean difference in depression symptom scores measured using the BDI or the BDI-2 between the CBT group and the supportive counseling group after including the high risk of bias study Bryant, 1999. The sensitivity analysis results show no statistically significant difference in depression symptom score changes at the end of treatment in the CBT group compared to the supportive counseling group (standardized mean difference, −0.22, 95% CI, −0.56 to 0.12). Overall I2 = 0.0%.

Figure H9Mean change from baseline to end of treatment in depression symptom scores for CBT compared with supportive counseling

From: Appendix H, Sensitivity Analyses

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