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5 Things That Make a Good Group Therapy Session

Merriam-Webster defines a group as, “a number of individuals assembled together or having some unifying relationship.” Too often, group therapy sessions consist of only the first half of this definition – individuals assembled together. In this episode of The Working Therapist, Haden is joined by guest therapist Nikki Curtis, who focuses her group therapy sessions on the second half of that definition – a unifying relationship. Join us as Nikki and Haden explore 5 principles that will help bring unity of purpose to your group therapy sessions.

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