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What is group therapy all about?


Group therapy is led by a clinician (and often another leader) and delivered to a group of clients. There may approximately 10 clients in the group. Group therapy has strict rules, is confidential and is is facilitated in a structured and respectful way. Engagement is usually expected from group members, just like in individual therapy. Group members may have similar reasons for attending the group. They may choose to share their own experiences which are often validated by other members.




Group therapy can provide a good mix between clinical therapy/ intervention and peer support. In group therapy, the same evidence-based interventions are delivered, but to a number of people at once. Often costs are much lower than individual therapy sessions, making it more affordable for individuals to attend weekly.

Net Psychology offers group therapy in Dialectical Behaviour Therapy.

See our website below for more information about our three groups starting on 6 January 2022.


Web: https://www.netpsychology.com.au/dialectical-behaviour...


Book online: https://www.netpsychology.com.au/book-online


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