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Group Therapy in Addiction Treatment.

Group Therapy in addiction treatment.

Allows people to share experiences with others who are dealing with similar issues. Can consist of as little as 3–4 members or more than 12. Generally held once or twice weekly for 1–2 hours. Appears to be more effective in an inpatient setting.

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What Is Group Therapy?

Group therapy is a specific form of counselling 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. Many people benefit from the peer support in group therapy.
Live Life HealthCare group therapy session is composed of a therapist-facilitator and individual members. The therapist is certified and have a specialization in therapy approach. The therapy technique may have been developed specifically for groups, but it is likely going to be adapted from the individual therapy model. Numerous therapy approaches can be used for groups, including Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).

Benefits of Group Therapy

• helps to improve a person’s confidence and interpersonal skills.
• It lays the groundwork for attending other group meetings, such as group recovery meetings like Alcoholic Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous.
• Being able to interact with other people who are learning how to cope with and overcome a drug or alcohol addiction can be quite helpful for those who are beginning the recovery process.
• Consistently meeting with the same group helps to build trust, develop conflict resolution skills, and promotes accountability.
• It helps to put personal problems into a more universal framework. A painful thought, emotion, or experience can trigger feelings of isolation; however, it is difficult to maintain a feeling of isolation when other people are sharing similar stories and experiences.
• It provides a diverse perspective. People in group therapy come from different walks of life, and they each have a unique take on a situation, which makes for well-rounded advice.
• helps members realize that they are not alone and allows them to share information and experiences with one another, which can help boost confidence and self-esteem. Overall, sharing experiences and feelings has been shown to reduce stress, guilt and pain among group therapy members.

Live Life HealthCare provides a structured platform that controls the discussions and also offers feedback and additional advice that helps each member gain a better understanding of themselves as well as ways to make continuous progress.

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  • Psychoeducational groups – You’ll learn about addiction and mental health issues. Topics may center around subjects like the disease of addiction, medications, medical and mental health conditions, trauma, relapse prevention, and components of a healthy lifestyle. You’ll be encouraged to relate the substance abuse group therapy topics to your own challenges.
  • Interpersonal process groups – These groups revolve around members’ issues, problem-solving, and group dynamics. You’ll discuss an issue and hear reactions and potential solutions from peers. You may relate to group members in similar ways as you do with family and loved ones, so it is a way to work through some of these relationship dynamics and learn better ways to communicate.
  • Skills development groups – This type of group teaches relapse-prevention tools as well as practical skills for everyday life. learn things like how to refuse drugs, better ways to communicate, managing anger, relaxation techniques, and how to cope with urges and triggers.
  • Support Group

Group Therapy Effectiveness in Treating Addiction

Group therapy offered in an inpatient setting appears to be more effective.

  • Group therapy gives you a safety net
  • You find your voice
  • You both give and receive support
  • You relate to yourself and others in healthier ways

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