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Group Therapy

This form of psychotherapy is highly effective and can be used for a wide range of goals. Being in a group helps one to learn from one another’s experience; see the universality of challenges; installation of hope and ability to see people in different stages of recovery; sharing of a vast wealth of knowledge amongst members and the therapist; recapitulation of the family group; learning new social skills; modelling behaviours; and improving interpersonal relationships amongst others. We have therapy groups, process groups, support groups and peer supervision groups amongst others.
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