Group Therapy is a potent form of therapy. It can be utilised to examine, explore and develop interpersonal relationships and deal with emotional or psychological difficulties. Furthermore it can be used in the corporate world to enhance group cohesion and harmony amongst colleagues.
A few examples of group therapy include, but are not limited to:
- Support groups – for instance, victims of abuse or the terminally ill
- Skills training – such as assertiveness training
- Psycho-education – like parents of children diagnosed with ADHD seeking more information regarding this
- Team building