Group therapy involves one or more therapists treating a small group of clients at the same time.
Talking about your issues in as a group can be extremely helpful and supportive. It can help identify common issues experienced in relation to a shared issue such as substance abuse, eating disorders or anger issues. Sharing issues and experiences as a group also allows for the group to help each other think around their own issues.
Therapists specialising in Groups
Therapy TypeAddiction TherapyAnger ManagementArt Therapy / PsychotherapyBehavioural TherapyCognitive and Behavioural TherapiesCognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)Cognitive Therapy (CT)Collaborative Couple TherapyEclecticEmotionally FocusedFamily TherapyHolisticHumanisticInterpersonal Therapy (IPT)MindfulnessPlay TherapyPsychoanalysisPsychoanalyticPsychodynamic TherapyPsychosexual TherapySolution Focused Brief Therapy
Mick is a BACP (British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy) and FDAP (Federation of Drug and Alcohol Professionals) registered counsellor. Police checked (DBS) counsellor and counselling supervisor. His qualifications include a BA Honours degree in Counselling Psychology, a Foundation degre...
Therapy TypeAddiction TherapyAnger ManagementHumanisticPlay Therapy
Are you carrying on with something that has become a problem but feel like you can’t stop? I understand your dilemma and have helped lots of people to free themselves from the self-destructive behaviours they struggle with. An addiction often makes no sense to the addicted person let alone their f...