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a large group of people sit in a circle in chairs while participating in a group therapy programGroup therapy can be an essential part of addiction treatment. It can provide support, understanding, and perspective. Group therapy for addiction can help people in recovery learn to cope with triggers, manage emotions, and communicate effectively. It can also provide a sense of belonging and community.

Group therapy may be a good option for you if you are struggling with addiction. To learn about more therapy programs and addiction recovery services, contact us at 866.931.9312.

What Is Group Therapy?

Group therapy is a type of counseling that involves meeting with a group of people to discuss common issues. Group therapy can be an effective treatment for addiction because it helps people in recovery learn to cope with triggers, manage emotions, and communicate effectively. It can also provide a sense of belonging and community.

Group therapy for addiction can help people:

  • Explore their thoughts and feelings
  • Learn new ways of dealing with their addiction
  • Understand how addiction affects them and others
  • Develop a support network
  • Find hope and motivation to stay in recovery

If you are struggling with addiction, group therapy may be a good option for you.

Benefits of Group Therapy

Group therapy can provide many benefits for people in addiction recovery, including:

Support

Group therapy can provide a supportive environment where people in recovery can share their experiences and feel understood.

Understanding

Group therapy can help people understand their addiction and how it affects others.

Perspective

Group therapy can provide a different perspective on addiction and recovery.

Coping Skills

Group therapy can help people in recovery learn new coping skills to manage triggers, emotions, and stress.

Communication

Group therapy can help people in recovery learn practical communication skills.

Belonging

Group therapy can provide a sense of belonging and community for people in recovery.

If you are struggling with addiction, group therapy may be a good option for you.

How Does Group Therapy Work?

Group therapy usually involves meeting with a group of people who are struggling with similar issues. The group is led by a therapist or counselor who facilitates discussion and helps group members explore their thoughts and feelings. Group therapy can be an effective treatment for addiction because it allows people in recovery to learn to cope with triggers, manage emotions, and communicate effectively. It can also provide a sense of belonging and community.

Group therapy usually lasts 60-90 minutes and is typically held weekly. The number of group sessions will depend on the needs of the group members. For example, in an intensive outpatient program, the group may meet three times a week, but for other programs, like a partial hospitalization program, they may meet five times a week.

Group therapy could be a good option if you are struggling with shame from addiction and need to build a community of people who understand the struggles you’ve been through. Group therapy can also help you develop new coping skills and effective communication skills.

Group Therapy for Addiction at Evoke Wellness at Miramar

Evoke Wellness offers group therapy for addiction and counseling services. Our group therapy program is designed to help individuals in recovery learn new skills and strategies for managing their addiction. You’re not alone in your struggles with addiction, and you’re not alone in seeking help.

Our group therapy program is led by experienced therapists committed to helping our clients achieve their goals. If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, don’t hesitate to contact us today at 866.931.9312 to learn more about our group therapy program. We are here to help.