Psycotherapy of group for patients with problems of anxiety and depression

The group psycotherapy is a special form of therapy in which a small group meets, guided by un/a professional psychotherapist, to help itself mutually individual and. This form of therapy is of use very extended, and accepted for more than 50 years.

The group psycotherapy helps the person to know herself itself, and also to improve its interpersonal relations. It can concentrate in the problems of the solitude, depression and anxiety. It helps us to realise significant changes to improve the quality of life.

As the group therapy works?

The intention of the meetings is to talk with the others of spontaneous and honest way: The therapist serves as guide, so that in the conversation the most significant subjects for the participants treat. Other groups focus in the form to think and to be of each member, as well as to confront the negative thoughts and to alleviate the anxiety associated to certain situations

Candidates to the Group Psycotherapy

Those that can benefit
As much as the individual therapy, the group therapy can help the majority of the people. Some examples: 
€¢ Difficulties in the relations with other people 
€¢ The depression and the anxiety 
€¢ The losses 
€¢ The traumas 
€¢ Upheavals of the personality 

Psychiatrists and Psychotherapists Certificates

THE PERSONNEL IN CHARGE OF THE PSYCOTHERAPY SESSIONS IS CERTIFICATES BY THE CORRESPONDING AND TRAINED ADVICE FOR THE HANDLING OF GROUPS

The session of group therapy is a task in collaboration, in which the therapist assumes the clinical responsibility of the group and its members. Within the typical meeting, of 1 hour, the members take care to express of possible the freest and honest way their problems, feelings, ideas and reactions. This exploration gives to the members of the group the raw material to understand and to help itself.

The members not only learn of themselves and their own problems, but they also act as €œtherapeutic assistants€ of the others.