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Group Therapy 

      Group therapy is a form of psychotherapy that involves one or more therapists working with several people at the same time. Group therapy is sometimes used alone, but it is also commonly integrated into a comprehensive treatment plan that also includes individual therapy. The most common types of group therapy include:

- Cognitive behavioral groups, which center on identifying and changing inaccurate or distorted thinking patterns, emotional responses, and behaviors.

- Interpersonal groups, which focus on your interpersonal relationships and social interactions, including how much support you have from others and the impact these relationships have on your mental health.

- Psychoeducational groups, which focus on educating clients about their disorders and ways of coping often based on the principles of cognitive behavior therapy (CBT)

- Skills development groups, which focus on improving social skills in people with mental disorders or developmental disabilities.

- Support groups, which provide a wide range of benefits for people with a variety of mental health conditions as well as their loved ones


      Group therapy is used to treat a wide variety of conditions, including:

           - Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)

           - Depression

           - Eating disorders

           - Generalized anxiety disorder

           - Panic disorder

           - Phobia

           - Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

           - Substance use disorder


      In addition to mental health conditions, CBT-based group therapy has been found to help people cope with the following:

Anger management

          - Chronic pain

          - Chronic illness

          - Chronic stress

          - Divorce

          - Domestic violence

          - Grief and loss

          - Weight management


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