Group Therapy

Psychology Cares Clinical Services

Group Therapy

At Psychology Cares, we provide specialist clinical care in the form of Group Therapy for those experiencing similar difficulties. Our approach is rooted in empirical clinical research, as well as guided by cutting-edge theories and models developed by our Centre for Research and Clinical Innovation (CRCI). Our aim is to build resilience within group members, enabling them to effectively navigate future triggers, challenges, and stressors. 

Mental health difficulties are a widespread global concern, leading to significant negative impacts on various facets of daily life, including interpersonal relationships, occupational functioning, physical well-being, and self-worth [The World Health Organisation, 2022]. Despite the prevalence of conditions like anxiety and depression, many individuals hesitate to seek necessary interventions due to the pervasive fear of stigma and discrimination  [Our World in Data, 2023]. 

Our group sessions create a space where individuals dealing with similar difficulties come together, breaking down the barriers of stigma by emphasising the shared human experience. In this collaborative setting, we assess, formulate, and treat a diverse range of complex psychological and neuropsychological disorders, including post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety disorders, depression, and emotional traumas. Beyond its therapeutic efficacy, group sessions offer unique advantages, fostering enriched social interactions, the exchange of knowledge and experiences, and the collective inspiration drawn from the progress of fellow group members [American Psychological Association, 2023].  Our clinical experts guide you through shared experiences, creating a supportive community where personal growth and resilience flourish.

Key Facts for Families Mental Health:

60% of people with mental health conditions worldwide do not seek help due to the stigma surrounding mental ill health

Over 70% of the world’s population will be exposed to a traumatic event in their life, and 20% of those exposed will develop PTSD

People with poor social skills experience heightened stress and loneliness, negatively impacting their mental health

Over 150 million people in Europe live with a diagnosed mental health disorder

Group therapy has been shown to significantly reduce disorder-specific symptoms of anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorders, and depression

Group therapy has proven effective in addressing the academic, personal, social, emotional, developmental, and situational concerns of young people

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