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Group Therapy


Group Therapy is where a therapist works with several people at the same time, usually in a small group setting. The group typically consists of individuals who are dealing with similar issues or challenges, such as depression, anxiety, substance abuse, trauma, or relationship problems. In Group Therapy sessions, participants have the opportunity to share their experiences, thoughts, and feelings with others in a supportive and confidential environment. The therapist facilitates discussions, provides guidance, and helps participants explore their emotions and behaviors.

One of the key benefits of Group Therapy is the sense of belonging and understanding that participants can derive from sharing their struggles with others who are going through similar experiences. It can also provide opportunities for interpersonal learning, where individuals can gain insights into their own behavior by observing and interacting with others in the group.

Support Group

Group Therapy can be particularly effective for addressing issues related to social skills, communication, and relationship dynamics, as it provides a safe space for practicing new ways of relating to others and receiving feedback. Overall, group therapy offers a unique and valuable approach to addressing mental health concerns, fostering personal growth, and building supportive connections with others who are on a similar journey towards healing and self-discovery.

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