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The Benefits of Group CBT

The Benefits of Group CBT

While daunting at first for many, group therapy can help people overcome a range of mental health issues in ways that individual therapy cannot. Expert in group CBT, Ingrid Sochting, discusses the power of healing together.

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What is so great about group therapy?
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How does group CBT benefit clients?
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Do you have a favorite group team building activity that you could share?
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What are the known general predictors of successful group CBT?
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Where can therapists who are looking at running CBT groups go to get resources/insight into group process and dynamics?
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When is group therapy not recommended?
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Some of the barriers to running groups in a private practice setting include logistics, scheduling, and getting a solid commitment from clients. Can you offer any suggestions or ideas?
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What are your recommendations around group members communicating with each other outside of CBT group therapy sessions?
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What is the ideal number of people to have in a group CBT session?
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Do some clients hold back in group therapy due to privacy concerns and if so, wouldn’t individual therapy be better for them?
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