Group therapy is an effective form of therapeutic approach, which in combination with other therapies of the Clinic helps in the intermediate course of the disease and greatly improves the final outcome of the illness.
With frequent encounters between the patients who have formed a group, there is the interaction and feedback of thoughts and values that help to overcome the problem. At the same time, it is possible to investigate the interpersonal difficulties that often coexist with mental illness.
With the proper help of coordinators, members can:
Collect important information about how they relate to others
To identify the patterns of their behaviors
To find more functional ways of creating interpersonal relationships
Within the team spirit of security, acceptance and trust, communication is enhanced and isolation is reduced. Patients have the opportunity to share thoughts and feelings. We would say that group therapy in our clinic involves the power of corrective experience with the ultimate goal of peace of mind and self-awareness.
Through the overall treatment, the following are achieved:
Relief through dialogue and discussion of key issues that collectively concern patients
The realization that there are other people who face similar problems