Group therapy can be a powerful force that motivates clients during treatment and after in recovery while transitioning back to life. Research has shown that people have better results if they participate in a mutual support or self-help group .
Group therapy is a way for people with common experiences, beliefs or diagnosis to help each other and learn from each other. Many people find comfort in knowing they are not alone.
However, group therapy isn’t a “one size fits all”. Working with an addiction treatment professional is a good way to find the treatment modality that is appropriate for each person, leading to the best path to recovery.
There are many types of programs available, and in many cases, our clients attend multiple types of support groups to figure out what works best for them. Our clients get to choose if they want to attend faith-based, spiritual or secular, evidence-based group therapy sessions. We not only take our clients to local group meetings, we also host some of the below group meetings weekdays and nights.