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Psychotherapy Experience 2 Abstract The goal of the study was to characterize older adults' experience with psychotherapy and examine its impact on engagement in psychotherapy. The study included fifty adults over age 60 who screened positive for depression and participated in the BRIGHTEN Program, an interdisciplinary geriatric mental health program. Qualitative analyses revealed five themes leading to treatment initiation: health concerns, family issues, the experience of depressive symptoms,doi:10.1080/07317115.2013.767869 fatcat:ldykdjp6qffq3bh4z6rdfddthq