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    Therapy can be quite a challenge, especially if you’re pushing through it alone. Substance abuse is a real problem, and it has been burdening the world for a long time. The initial problem is the fact that most people aren’t willing to admit that they have a problem in the first place. However, with our process-oriented group therapy, you can participate as a member of a group which should hopefully allow you to open up and share your problems with the group.

    Identifying a problem is one thing, but solving it is a whole new world of endless battles. That’s why most people need the support of a group as it is much easier to cope with issues when you realize you’re not alone. On top of that, group therapy members can help each other by sharing experiences and information. Group sessions can also help with anxiety and offer a haven to anyone who is struggling.

    Group Therapy Can Be Cathartic

    Group therapies are well-known for being a perfect tool for people who are afraid of opening up and being judged. The concept of being a part of a particular group allows and helps you express your emotions, thoughts, problems, and it also improves your social skills.

    Here at Fountain Hills Recovery, we strive to rehabilitate our clients by catering to their needs and by identifying the problems they are facing. Contrary to popular belief, it’s not always easy to determine the root issue, and that’s where group therapy comes in handy.

    In case you’re not sure whether this kind of therapy would be helpful for your particular issue, take a moment and check out some of the most notable benefits of this program.

    They are as follows:

    • Sparks development of socialization techniques
    • Allows you to get a greater understanding of yourself by listening to other people’s experiences
    • Gives a sense of belonging and acceptance
    • Offers support, guidance, and helps you realize the extent of your responsibilities
    • Teaches you how to avoid behaviors that are detrimental for the group (improves family relations)
    • Seeing people who are struggling with a similar problem as you, gives hope to the ones who are at the beginning of the process

    Put an end to your addiction and battle with substance abuse by picking up the phone and dialing our number! Our staff is more than happy to help you overcome your burdens by putting you inside a group of people with similar issues.