There are many benefits to group therapy that an individual session can’t provide. Group sessions provide support, motivation, promote social skills, they tend to be more feasible and they can offer different perspectives on issues similar to the client’s. Hearing from others with similar issues helps you see that you’re not alone in having these challenges. Also hearing from other people about how you come across can be very powerful in the decision making process and healing process. Group sessions also are a way to let see positive momentum in action. For example, hearing how other members successfully overcame their fears or they confronted a family member over in a healing manner can be very encouraging.
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Will I have to tell my deepest and darkest secrets to the group?
What if I don't feel like talking in the group?
What type of therapy is best?
Isn't it overwhelming to hear about everyone else's problems?
What type of group therapy does your office offer?
We offer a variety of group therapies including mindfulness, DBT, and Bereavement. For a full list of Group names and timings please contact us.
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