Group therapy can serve as an adjunct to individual and family therapy or as a sole treatment.
Group therapy is a unique modality of treatment that involves one to two therapists and no more than 12 patients. Group runs anywhere from one to two hours and are usually held on a weekly basis.
Most groups are designed to target a specific age group, population, or problem area. Group therapy can be profoundly beneficial and rewarding, as groups can help you to increase your support system, provide you with a new perspective, and assist you in learning new skills.