Group therapy is a type of psychotherapy that involves a small group of people who meet regularly to discuss and support one another in addressing their individual concerns or issues. Group therapy can be led by a trained therapist or counselor and may focus on a specific topic, such as addiction or grief, or may be open-ended. The group format allows for members to share their experiences and perspectives, receive feedback and support from others, and learn new coping strategies and problem-solving skills. Group therapy can be effective for a range of mental health conditions, such as anxiety, depression, and PTSD, as well as for personal growth and self-improvement.
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