Group therapy is generally preferred over individual therapy. In group therapy, a person is more likely to be both challenged and supported by peers who are also going through drug rehab.
Group therapy is a specific form of counseling that is used to treat psychological disorders including substance abuse and addiction. It typically involves regular sessions where one or more therapists work with several individuals who are being treated for the same health issue. People benefit from the peer support in group therapy.
Group Therapy allows people to share experiences with others who are dealing with similar issues. Groups can consist of as little as 3-4 members or more than 10. Groups are generally held once or twice weekly for approximately one hour.
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