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Multiple Family Group Therapy

Multiple Family Group Therapy The focus of most family therapy is to work on the family as a system of interdependent parts.  Each family member has a role and when there is an addict present in the family, most of the focus is directed toward the addict. The goal of family therapy when there is...
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Group Therapy

  Substance abuse treatment might include group therapy sessions. Many individuals do not enjoy group therapy, as they think they cannot share problems openly and confidentially. Others may not like talking about intimate issues in front of others. There are advantages to group therapy that often cannot be found in other types of treatment. Group...
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Substance Abuse Treatment and Group Therapy

Substance Abuse Treatment and Group Therapy   Substance abuse treatment might include group therapy sessions, which can either occur through inpatient or outpatient services.  Many inpatient programs provide group therapy to complement other types of therapy received.  There are many advantages to attending group therapy sessions, which are outlined below.  Some individuals consider 12-step meetings...
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Why Is Group Therapy So Common In Treatment?

Healthy communication, relationship building, and learning about feedback are some of the reasons group therapy is so important during treatment. Each group therapy session will be a little bit different from one another. Group therapy sessions can be focused on a particular type of therapy like cognitive behavioral therapy or dialectical behavioral therapy. Counselors and...
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