Group therapy is just as effective as individual therapy. The goals are the same but the journey is different. Individual therapy involves only the patient and the therapist. Group therapy consists of two or more participants at the same time. Participants are able to share experiences and learn that others feel the same way and have had the same experiences.
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- What is the difference between support groups and group therapy?
- What are the goals of psychotherapy?
- Is group therapy more effective than individual therapy?
- Is prescription medication more effective than therapy?
- How does remote therapy work on the Alpha platform?
- How is my privacy protected?
- What is psychoeducation support groups?
- What is family psychoeducation group therapy?
- Who leads psychoeducation sessions?
- What is structured group therapy?