Individual therapies are intense and focused on precise aims. Working in a therapy group setting can help add additional perspective to a person’s treatment journey; instilling a sense of hope by sharing with others in a similar situation.
By nature, the group includes people in various stages of their treatment; it can be inspiring to recognise how others are coping with their recovery. This can be especially useful for people at the beginning of their treatment.
Group therapies offer a useful way for members to share information, including what makes each person strong throughout their treatment. Groups can help boost self-esteem and confidence.