Wellness & Courage clinicians offer group therapy at varying times of the year.  Check our website and follow us on social media for updates on groups.

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Here are some of the benefits of group therapy, as stated in an article by Beth W. Orenstein

  • Groups provide insight: Being part of a group can offer insights that you may be too close to your situation to see.

  • Groups provide support. Hearing from others with similar issues helps you see that you’re not alone in having challenges, whether you're grappling with panic attacks, depression, or another mental health issue, Johnson says. Many people experience a sense of relief.

  • Groups provide a sounding board. If, for example, you talk about a fight you had with your partner, group members can see things in the way you present it that you don’t. “Hearing from other people about how you come across can be very powerful,” Johnson says. “You get a wider range of perspectives on your situation, and that can help you deal with your problems better.”

  • Groups can propel you forward. Hearing how other members successfully overcame their fear of flying or how they confronted a family member over drug abuse can be very encouraging. “Patients often push themselves harder when they see what others are doing,” Johnson says.

  • Groups promote social skills. “Groups not only help to ease that sense of isolation, but also give the opportunity to practice re-engaging with people,” Johnson says. By participating in a group, you see that you can get along with others.

  • Group therapy costs less than individual counseling. Some people believe that, because group therapy costs less, it’s not as good, but "that's not the case at all," Cox says. "Group therapy can be incredibly powerful.”

  • Groups teach you about yourself. “Every person in the group holds up a mirror and you get to see yourself through their eyes,” Cox says. It’s a way of uncovering the blind spots that may be blocking your ability to overcome your issues.


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