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Group therapy

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Description of Group therapy

Group therapy: form of psychotherapy in which two or more people meet with a group leader, usually a therapist; the group uses therapeutic forces within the group, interactions between members, and the interventions of the trained leader to achieve insight into the cause of problems, provide emotional suport, or effect changes in maladaptive behavior, thoughts, or feelings of the individual members.
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