is a collaborative process.
It is designed to treat mental illness and
psychological problems. The frequency of
sessions is agreed as therapy progresses
according to what is needed to achieve
the therapeutic goals. Individual therapy
can take place in person or via phone,
Facetime or Skype.
is a shared experience.
Individuals can tackle their specific emotional
and psychological problems. The benefits of group
therapy include relating to others and realising
that you are not alone. Participants experience
both the giving and receiving of support from
the facilitator as well as from other group members.
There are two categories of groups: one is designed
to help with general problems and one is designed
to focus on specific topics. Group therapy can be
used alone or in conjunction with individual therapy.