Group therapy is a form of psychotherapy which involves one or two therapists working with several people who are facing similar problems such as grieving, addiction and depression.

Often involves eight to twelve people, whose meetings are either closed or open and the way sessions are conducted largely depends on the goal of the group

Group therapy allows clients to get the needed support and encouragement from other group members. The universality of issues help them feel less alone. And group setting allows members to practice behaviors and actions within the safety and security of the group.