Group therapy is a kind of psychological therapy that takes place with a group of people together rather than with an individual during a one-on-one session. While the term can technically be applied to any kind of psychotherapy that is delivered to a group (up to five people in a group), it is most commonly associated with a specific therapy type that makes use of the group dynamic.
Having therapy in a group environment can have many benefits as it offers a support network and provides the opportunity to meet others experiencing similar concerns. Together with the therapist and the other group member’s you should be encouraged to share your experiences and work on understanding yourself better.
Supports, a safe and confidential counselling sessions for up to four people who feel more relaxed and comfortable as part of a group or team.