Group Therapy Hisia Psychology Consultants

What is Group Therapy?

Group therapy involves one or more therapists working with a small group of people, anywhere from 5 to 15 people, who all have similar issues they’re looking to improve.

Community & Connection

It's A Safe Space

It's Affordable

Why Group Therapy?

  • It provides community and connection. Challenges tend to be harder when there is no one to share them with. In group therapy, individuals find relief through sharing their thoughts and feelings. Personal sharing creates connection and emotional support.
  • It’s an opportunity to learn from others. In group therapy, members learn from the other members. They see others successfully coping with depression; hear multiple perspectives on problems; observe others take emotional risks and be rewarded, and discover things about themselves by seeing those things in someone else.
  • It cultivates honest input from multiple sources. Defence mechanisms prevent people from receiving the insight they seek from therapy. Defences ignore what a therapist might say because that’s just one person’s opinion, but when a group of people say the same thing, it’s not so easy to ignore. Helpful input breaks through the defences increase insight and facilitates therapeutic change.
  • It’s a safe space for interpersonal learning. One of the greatest benefits of group therapy is interpersonal learning. In group therapy, people engage in relationships with the other members of the group. Once a person is aware of his or her typical way of interacting with others, the group provides a safe laboratory in which the person can try behaving differently. Standing up for oneself, setting boundaries, and expressing intimate feelings are the types of healthy relationship behaviors that can be developed in group therapy.
  • It’s generally a more affordable option. Although cost varies from setting to setting and from therapist to therapist, group therapy rates tend to be more affordable. This allows people to stay in therapy longer than their financial situation might otherwise allow them to.
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