Group therapy refers to a wide range of therapy in which individual clients participate in the work of others in group meetings. The power of the group includes, but is not limited to the phenomenon that whenever a group gathers, the unconscious mind of the group emerges more powerfully than in most individual sessions. Thus, the work can be conducted on a deeper level.
This form of therapy involves groups of usually 4 to 12 people who have similar problems and who meet regularly with a therapist. The therapist uses the emotional interactions of the group's members to help them get relief from distress and possibly modify their behavior.
Psychotherapy of several persons at one time.
Method of treating psychological disorders whereby several persons are seen simultaneously by a single therapist.
A group of consumers with similar disorders meeting with a therapist to discuss emotions, behaviors and thoughts.
Specific help to deal with social and/or emotional problems provided for an individual, group or family within a group setting and drawing on the strengths of the group. Some forms of so-called 'group therapy' are in reality individual therapy for members of a group.
Application of therapeutic techniques to a group, including utilizing the reactions and interactions of the members of the group.
Therapy in which people discuss problems in a group
psychotherapy in which a small group of individuals meet with a therapist; interactions among the members are considered to be therapeutic
A form of psychotherapy where there are multiple patients led by one or more therapists.
therapy in which a group of patients led by a therapist discuss, act out, or attempt to solve their problems
A form of psychotherapy for a group of patients-- usually 6 to 8-- who may have similar or different problems. The technique involves interaction among members by means of mutual discussion, criticism, role playing and interpretation of behaviors seen in the group.
Psychotherapy conducted in groups.
1) A type of psychiatric care in which several patients meet with one or more therapists at the same time. The patients form a support group for each other as well as receiving expert care and advice. The group therapy model is particularly appropriate for psychiatric illnesses that are support-intensive, such as anxiety disorders, but is not well suited for treatment of some other psychiatric disorders. 2) A type of psychoanalysis in which patients analyze each other with the assistance of one or more psychotherapists, as in an "encounter group." See the entire definition of Group therapy
Psychotherapy involving more than two patients.
A group discussion or other group activity with a therapeutic purpose participated in by more than one client or patient at a time. See also psychotherapy.
Group therapy is a form of psychotherapy during which one or several therapists treat a small group of clients together as a group. This may be more cost effective than individual therapy, and possibly even more productive.
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