“Life is not a problem to be solved, but a reality to be experienced.” Soren Kierkegaard
Group therapy is an effective way to supplement individual therapy, but depending on the therapy group and where each individual is at in their therapeutic journery, you can also choose to attend a therapy group without participating in individual therapy in parallel. A therapy group is like a social microcosm, where group members have the opportunity to explore the interpersonal underpinnings of their difficulties, experience a sense of belonging and find new responses to old situations. As we begin to understand ourselves better, and reflect on how we relate to others, our beliefs and behaviours, we can better understand both our reactions and the root causes of our difficulties. Group therapy is valuable both as a therapeutic experience and as a complement to individual therapy.
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