If you are wondering if mental health group therapy can help you, but you are worried about whether you are ready for such a big step, you have come to the right place.
Here at Hope Street, we believe strongly in the success of group therapy for those who experience mental health disorders and we are dedicated to ensuring that all our clients feel safe and secure during our mental health group therapy sessions.
Group therapy has been scientifically proven to help with the treatment of a wide range of mental health conditions, including:
- Post Traumatic Stress
- Mood Disorders
- Eating Disorders
- Grief and Loss
Our outpatient mental health group therapy sessions are designed to help those who struggle to express their feelings and needs with others. During our group sessions, we will encourage you to share your experiences with the group. In turn, you will receive valuable insights from both other members and our group therapy facilitators.
Although you may feel nervous to work through your recovery with others, you should know that all our mental health group therapy sessions offer a safe and confidential space for you to be authentic.
Group therapy can help you develop greater self-awareness and understanding of your own personal challenges, which can support your overall recovery.
What can you expect from our group therapy sessions?We offer a wide variety of mental health group therapy activities for adults that are all designed to help you to feel more comfortable sharing with your group. Our group therapy activities include:
- Somatic work
- CBT thought records
- Emotion faces
- Mood trackers
- Mindfulness exercises
- Mental health awareness quizzes
- Learning coping skills
- Self-care practices
- Identifying triggers
- Challenging perceptions
- Music and art therapy
How mental health group therapy can help you
If you are still unsure about whether or not you are ready for group therapy, it can be useful to see exactly how our group therapy can help you with your recovery.
Groups provide support
It can be extremely comforting to know that you are not alone in your mental health struggles.
Groups provide perspective
It can be all too easy to become caught up and not see the bigger picture when it comes to realities in your life. Group therapy can help you see things in a different light.
Groups can help you move forward
Seeing others deal with their demons and successfully moving on with their lives can be just what you need to push yourself forward.
Groups promote social skills
Being able to engage with others is a key life skill and group therapy can help you to be able to achieve this.