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group therapy in Psychology, psychiatry topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgroup therapyˌgroup ˈtherapy noun [uncountable]  MPa method of treating people with emotional problems by getting them to meet and talk as a group
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group therapyThe women also receive individual and group therapy.Psychotherapy and group therapy - as an out-patient or in-patient - may also be prescribed.They meet in a daily group therapy session, and very quickly become lovers.Some of them are returned to normal prisons before they ever make the intensive group therapy regime.Hamlet re-visited, or Art aspiring to the condition of group therapy for the chattering classes?Most cricket schools prefer group therapy.Manz told her physician about the idea, and he agreed that group therapy might just do the trick.He made up his mind to participate in the group therapy sessions he had been sitting through mutely.