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clients talk together in a group therapy programMental health and addiction are serious issues that require effective treatment options tailored to each individual’s needs. At BRC Healthcare, we understand this, and we have created a group therapy program that can help clients recover and heal. Group therapy is a cornerstone of addiction treatment for a reason—it offers a unique form of support and healing.

Group therapy sessions help clients understand their individual issues within the context of the group, learning to recognize shared experiences, feelings, and perspectives that can provide insight into how to cope with personal obstacles. Group members are able to foster connections as they work together towards healthier lifestyles while providing invaluable support for one another.

If you’re ready to get started on your journey to recovery, contact BRC Healthcare at to learn more about our addiction therapy programs.

What Is Group Therapy?

Group therapy involves a therapist-led group setting where individuals with similar mental health or addiction issues come together to share their experiences, feelings, and thoughts. The group setting is designed to provide a supportive environment for individuals to help each other overcome their issues. The group therapy program at BRC Healthcare is tailored to suit the specific needs of each individual, ensuring that each person receives personalized care.

One of the reasons why group therapy is so popular in the addiction and mental health treatment space is because it allows clients to spend more time in therapy sessions than would be possible in individual therapy. This intensive approach to therapy allows for greater understanding of the individual’s issues and faster progress towards recovery.

Individual sessions are still a part of addiction treatment at BRC Healthcare, and talking with a therapist one-on-one can provide meaningful insight and personal connection that can be beneficial to the recovery process. However, group therapy sessions are designed to supplement individual therapy.

What to Expect in Group Therapy Sessions

In group therapy, you will participate in sessions with others who have similar addiction or mental health concerns. The therapist will lead the group, and you will be asked to share your thoughts and feelings with the other members. Group therapy sessions will generally include discussions, roleplaying, and sharing experiences. You can expect to receive feedback and support from the other members as well as from the therapist leading the session.

Just a few of the benefits of group therapy sessions include:

  • A support system – In group therapy, you are not alone. You can rely on the support of other group members who understand what you are going through.
  • A positive environment – Group therapy offers a positive and safe environment where individuals can share their thoughts and feelings without the fear of judgment.
  • Learning from others – Group members can share their experiences and how they have overcome their issues, which can be helpful and inspiring for others.
  • Accountability – Group therapy provides accountability as individuals are responsible for their behaviors and progress.
  • Long-lasting relationships – Group members often develop long-lasting relationships and a sense of community beyond the therapy program.

Every step of the way, BRC Healthcare will be there to provide support and guidance as you embark on your journey to recovery.

Contact BRC Healthcare for Addiction and Mental Health Treatment

If you’re struggling with addiction, your mental health, or both, BRC Healthcare is here to help. We believe that real change is possible. Through a wide variety of therapies and services, including group therapy sessions, clients in our programs build healthy coping skills, gain insight, and develop self-awareness to kickstart their journey to a brighter future.

Ready to get started? Contact us today at or reach out to us online to learn more about our group therapy program.