Group psychotherapy is a type of therapy where a therapist leader and several women come together for a period of about 90 minutes to work together on group members individual issues. Women develop in a context of support and work extremely well as a group. A group provides women with the opportunity to not only experience an improvement in their own symptoms but to help other women. Sharing personal experiences with other women who are able to understand and provide support is an integral part of this therapy.
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