Group therapy is a microcosm of one’s broader experience of the world. Unlike previous life experiences, however, there is an opportunity to test out perceptions about the self and deeply held beliefs about others.
Group therapy is a form of psychotherapy that relies on its members for mirroring, collaboration and learning how to communicate more effectively. Through the developmental process of the group, members co-create a spirit of trust, support and feedback that can often feel more real than that of the therapist in individual treatment.
Since the effectiveness of the group relies on the presence of its members, regular attendance is vital. If you are interested in group therapy, please provide some details of what issues you are facing and any specifics on the type of group you are looking for. Availability depends on current openings or new groups forming.
Since the effectiveness of the group relies on the presence of its members, a commitment to attend regularly is vital.