Group Therapy

Group therapy is often the first time someone realizes, "I am not the only one. I am not alone"

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Group treatment allows people to receive the support and encouragement of the other members of the group. People participating in the group can relate to others and recognize they are going through the same thing,  helping them feel less alone.

Modeling behavior

Group members can serve as role models to each other. By observing someone successfully coping with a problem, other members of the group can see there is hope for recovery. As each person progresses, they can, in turn, serve as a role model for others. This can instill feelings of success and accomplishment.

Cost effective

Group therapy is very affordable. Instead of focusing on just one client at a time, the therapist can devote his or her time to a larger group of people who share the cost of the sessions.


Group therapy offers a safe haven  to practice behaviors and actions within the safety and security of the group. By working in a group, the therapist can see first-hand how each person responds to other people and behaves in social situations. Using this information, the therapist can provide valuable feedback to each individual client.