Group Therapy in Orange County
The Path To Sound Mind, Body and Soul
Orange County Luxury Residential Mental Health Facilities
Group therapy in Orange County can be an effective treatment for several mental disorders, including but not limited to depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), trauma, and anxiety. Likewise, group therapy is a highly effective method for dealing with these issues, both in outpatient and residential treatment settings.
At Acera Mental Health, we provide clients with a warm, welcoming, and safe place to find the motivation to open up, share and connect with others dealing with similar issues. Our compassionate and caring therapist works to equip our clients with the tools and coping skills to manage their conditions and improve their overall well-being.
Why Do We Provide Mental Health Services?
Mental illnesses are among the most severe health conditions impacting Californians. Recent studies estimate that slightly over 1.2 million adults in California have a serious mental illness, with another 1 million adults suffering moderate mental conditions. Mental illness impacts not only the person experiencing it but also their loved ones and the broader community. The effects of mental health conditions can ripple through relationships, causing strain and difficulties for family members who may struggle to provide support and care.
What is Group Therapy?
Group therapy targets specific groups of patients sharing similar symptoms and diagnoses. The sessions are led by a qualified therapist in an open environment that encourages participants to speak out and express their issues.
With group therapy, patients develop communication and socialization skills and better self-awareness by listening to and empathizing with others with similar issues. Group therapy meetings are designed to be either open or closed. Usually, new participants are free to join open sessions anytime.
Benefits of Group Therapy
Group therapy has several benefits over other therapy types. These include:
Types of Group Therapy We Offer
Several different types of group therapies exist, with varying treatment models. The following are the five most common types of group therapy:
See What We’ve Done for Others
Successful trauma therapy involves a combination of tactics with an individualized approach to each patient. At Acera Health, we seek to only implement evidence-based therapy options with a proven track record.
Conditions Treated with Group Therapy
Group therapy is sometimes used alone or integrated into a comprehensive treatment plan, including individual therapy. Group therapy can help treat a wide variety of conditions, including:
CBT can also be useful for relieving stress due to other medical conditions, including chronic pain. It can either work alone or in combination with other therapies, such as dialectical behavioral therapy, group therapy, and trauma therapy. CBT is used with other forms of therapy to provide patients with a comprehensive approach to mental health treatment.
See How Acera Makes a Difference
We live in busy, stressful, and depressing times that take a toll on our mental health. Untreated mental health conditions make it difficult for the individual to carry out daily activities, thus causing unnecessary disability, unemployment, homelessness, and related problems. There is no shame in finding help for issues and conditions that loved ones struggle with.
Group therapy is one of the most effective treatment options one can explore when it comes to mental health issues. However, to optimize the benefits of the treatment, one must find a group that they are comfortable with.
Acera Health is Orange County’s premier residential and outpatient facility helping thousands of clients tackle their mental health issues. We offer highly differentiated group therapy programs, each focused on a patient’s specific needs. Our programs are intensive, result oriented, and proven to provide better long-term recovery.
Clinically Reviewed by:
Melody Stone is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who has over 17 years of experience in the field of behavioral health. She works as the Chief Clincal Officer (CCO) to Acera Health, where she is a strong leader focused on sustainable success.