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Group Therapy

Group Therapy

Group therapy involves a group of people meeting regularly with our treatment specialists to discuss their thoughts, feelings, and experiences related to a specific reason (challenges such as anxiety or depression or substance use). It provides a safe and supportive environment to help people learn from others and recognize they are not alone in their struggles, creates opportunities to practice new skills and coping methods, and helps build relationships and fosters connection.

How group therapy works

Group therapy is central to many Rosecrance programs and services—it’s included as part of the residential treatment experience and accessible through outpatient treatment at many locations in person and virtually for adolescents and adults.

The length of group therapy varies based on individual needs. Intensive outpatient programs (IOP) can range from meeting several times per week for about two months to stepdown groups that meet a few hours per week for a several weeks.

We offer a variety of group therapy to meet the needs of individuals of different ages, needs, and specific areas of focus. Therapeutic methods used as part of the treatment process include dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), which helps people manage intense emotions related to close relationships.

Groups provide positive group support ranging from recovery, anxiety, depression and other co-occurring topics. As our clients attend groups, they have opportunities to decrease isolation, increase social connections, feel the true essence of acceptance, and hope by both peers and staff.

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With your current insurance information and location, we can better match you to programs and services that best fit your specific situation.

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