The effectiveness of a face-to-face Psychodynamic Therapy for adults with unipolar depression
You are asked to produce a “critical literature review” on one of the choice of topics given (see below). The term “literature review” means that you will read widely on your chosen topic and integrate a variety of academic sources (i.e., from peer-reviewed journals and texts) into a comprehensive and up-to-date written review of the literature on that topic.
You will be expected to demonstrate broad reading demonstrated by a detailed understanding and coverage of the existing empirical and/or theoretical literature relating to your chosen topic. Controversies, limitations, or conflicting findings in the literature must be highlighted. A literature review is not a series of descriptive summaries of studies; it requires integration and organisation of material around themes or organizing ideas.