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two people speaking during a group therapy programAddiction thrives in isolation. For those who are struggling with addiction, having people to turn to for support during the recovery process is essential. That’s why group therapy is an integral part of our addiction treatment programs at TruHealing Riverbend. In our outpatient rehab center, clients participate in group therapy as they work to recover from addiction.

Learn more about our group therapy program for addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders by connecting with TruHealing Riverbend at 855.652.0546 today. In our Jeffersonville, IN rehab center, you’ll find compassionate care and a network of support to help you every step of the way.

What Is Group Therapy?

Typically, group therapy sessions are led by one or two trained therapists. While group sessions can have as few as two participants, most meetings have six to twelve people. Therapists prefer working with small groups that are easy to manage in order to offer each participant personalized attention.

At TruHealing Riverbend, the amount of time you spend in group therapy will depend on which program you are in. Those in our partial hospitalization programs, for example, will participate in group therapy for several hours every day, while those in intensive outpatient programs will spend fewer hours each week in group sessions.

Sessions usually begin with an introduction of the members, then a discussion of why everyone is in the group and each member’s progress or challenges. Individuals can share as much as they feel comfortable during these guided sessions.

While the topics you cover in group therapy will depend on the needs of each member, some of the topics you can commonly expect include:

  • Substance abuse education
  • Anger, anxiety, and stress management
  • Substance abuse triggers and coping skills
  • Managing withdrawal symptoms
  • Maintaining healthy relationships
  • Relapse prevention

The Benefits of Group Therapy

The main activities in group therapies aim to help participants develop self-confidence. The members get to know each other formally and build confidence in persons outside of rehabilitation, promoting personal growth, trust, and free communication. 

For those who are working to overcome substance use disorders, our group therapy program in Jeffersonville, IN can make a difference. When you enroll in group therapy to help address your addiction, you’ll receive a wide array of benefits. For instance, you’ll find the support you need from people working through similar challenges. This support can help you avoid relapse in the early days of your recovery. Additionally, ongoing group therapy programs can alleviate feelings of isolation that you might be feeling during your recovery.

Furthermore, in many cases, when you engage in a group therapy program, you gain the willpower to manage your condition because you’ve witnessed other people’s successes in overcoming challenges. You can also learn how to minimize your triggers and experience a family-like community, both of which can encourage you through the recovery process. We also have found that a group therapy program allows you to make critical steps towards recovery in the long run.

Reach Out to TruHealing Riverbend Today to Learn More

At TruHealing Riverbend, we understand the challenges that those struggling with addiction are facing. However, with the help of an individualized treatment program that includes a group therapy program, we believe you are capable of overcoming those challenges. To that end, we offer a range of addiction treatment programs, including:

  • Alcohol addiction treatment
  • Heroin addiction treatment
  • Meth addiction treatment
  • Opioid addiction treatment
  • Prescription drug addiction treatment

Build a strong foundation for lasting sobriety through our group therapy program. Reach out to TruHealing Riverbend in Jeffersonville, IN today to learn how our customized treatment programs can promote your recovery. Contact us at 855.652.0546 or connect with us online to learn more.