An article in Science Daily reports on the benefits of exercise as an add-on to medication with antidepressants for people suffering from depression. The exercise was based on a person-centered approach and was found to reduce depressive symptoms. Exercise took place twice a week and the people stated that they felt likely to engage in more exercise at home. The support from the physiotherapist was found to be an important factor as it helped participants stay motivated and more connected socially. To read this article in its entirety, click here.