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Group therapy is a form of therapy where a small group of people meet regularly with me as a therapist to explore and process personal challenges and life problems. The groups I offer usually consist of 6-12 participants, and I offer guidance and support while the participants share their experiences and give each other advice and support.

HHow can group therapy help?

  1. Support and understanding: The group provides a community where participants can feel understood and accepted. Knowing that you are not alone in your challenges can be comforting and help reduce feelings of isolation.

  2. Self-awareness: By listening to other participants' stories and reflecting on their own, participants can develop a deeper understanding of themselves. This can contribute to personal growth and self-insight.

  3. Learning and coping strategies: Group therapy provides an opportunity to learn new coping strategies and deal with challenges in a more effective way. The participants can benefit from advice and insight from both me as a therapist and others in the group.

  4. Empathy and interpersonal skills: Participating in group therapy can help participants develop empathy and better interpersonal skills, which can have a positive impact on their personal relationships and life in general.

  5. Increased self-confidence: Sharing and receiving support from others in the group can increase the self-confidence and self-esteem of the participants. This can give them the courage to tackle challenges outside of the therapy context.


Who Can Benefit From Group Therapy?

Group therapy can benefit a variety of people who are facing different challenges. It can include people struggling with depression, anxiety, addiction, trauma, grief, or who just want to work on personal growth and self-awareness.

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